Your site seems to work fine on this IE browser I'm on at work. Here are some things you may consider trying, though:
- Clear your browser caches, history, and cookie information. The latter two are really not necessary, but you might as well try viewing the website from a clean slate.
- Validate your markup and CSS if you haven't already. While validation can be somewhat of an overkill pain at times, it does serve a purposes for other things. Make sure you're using valid XHTML and solid, valid CSS that's organized for later updates (it'll save you heart attacks in the long run).
- Limit the entries on your site some more. Here at work, I'm using a high speed connection, and it took a bit longer for the site to load. Your current site's size would be internet hell for a dialup user. Most people only display 10 entries on their index page. Just an idea!
- Sort of along with the point above, you may see a difference in your page viewing experience by lowering the number of entries shown. Depending on what you have defined in your CSS, certain styles may be running into each other. You may have height specifications that won't work with an overloaded page. I sort of doubt that, considering the rest of us can view your page without trouble, but it's something to think about.
First and foremost, start with your cache. Since neither of us has seen a problem with your site, it sounds like the problem is starting first with your computer.
Hope this helps and that you find a solution,
Lelia Katherine Thomas