It appears that your website fails the W3C validation check with 193 errors. W3C validates websites against a set of standards that web browsers are suppose to follow.
If a website fails the check, then there is no certainty that it will appear the same across multiple browsers.
I have verified that the webpage appears ok in Firefox and fails in Internet Explorer.
This is because Internet Explorer doesn't fully comply with the set standards either and can misinterpret code more lazy than other web browsers.
The easiest way to ensure this doesn't happen is to migrate away from Publisher to a better web developing application, such as Dreamweaver.
That can be costly though.
I unfortunately do not have an easy way of troubleshooting Internet Explorer's rendering of the code without being able to work on the website in a test environment, so I am unable to tell you exactly where the problem is.
I suspect it is in the following code:<map name="MicrosoftOfficeMap0">
Try taking out the <map></map>
Might also try change <area href to <a href
That has been suggested to me as an option before, but those programs are either too expensive or too difficult (ie wordpress) for me.
While I appreciate your answer, it doesn't really solve my problem. Am I expected to pay the $48 for it? Or are you able to fix the problem for me by going on my site?
I can not seem to find how to edit or view the source code in Publisher. Will you tell me step by step? Also, I'm seeing that my webpage doesn't even load correctly in the program anymore.
Whatever. I consider myself dupped by your company, not you. My problem is not solved.