Site Appears Different for Windows Machines v Mac: Responsive Code Issue?

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    pensacoladisabilitylawyer
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    Hello, everyone. Having some issues with a Genesis site running Bradley Child Theme (Web-Savvy-Marketing). URL is:
    http://www.floridaltdlaw.com

    It seems that the site appears okay on Mac laptops and desktops. However, having issues with Windows Computers.

    When on a Windows machine, the sidebar is pushed down the page – appearing below the main content area. This is happening no matter how big the screen, including a 17″ laptop and a 23″ desktop monitor.

    Same thing happening on interior pages as well as homepage:

    http://floridaltdlaw.com/disabling-conditions/

    My guess is that it is registering as responsive on the Windows machines and thus the sidebar is dropping below the main content. However, this is just a theory.

    I’m just trying to fix it. Any suggestions/help from this esteemed forum greatly appreciated.

    http://www.floridaltdlaw.com
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    eamonmoriarty
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    I think you have changed to a different theme so I can’t see your site with Bradley.
    I can’t see any sidebars on your current theme.
    Re your Windows problem, I know that some Genesis themes including quite a few of Web Savvy’s themes do not display well on Windows XP operating system especially with Internet Explorer 8. The main fault is as you describe, the sidebar dropping below the main content.
    I have been in touch with Web Savvy about this and it looks like they do not intend to correct it (at least they have not done it yet), as Windows XP has been declared obsolete by Microsoft and the percentage of users using the Windows XP/IE8 combination is diminishing fast.
    Have you seen this problem on newer versions of Windows?


    Eamon Moriarty
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