I am having a problem displaying most of the Verizon web pages, including the forum pages. The pages look like the header icons are sustituted with text links throughout the pages, sometimes overlaying other areas. Check the attachment for two samples. this makes them very difficult to navigate. I have not noticed this on any pages other than Verizon's, but I suppose there may be some somewhere. Find it hard to believe my browser only has the problem here. It only is an issue on my desktop pc. My laptop is ok. The only changes I made just before this happened was to uninstall a runaway Verizon In-Home Agent that was in an endless loop trying to get an update. Any ideas?
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Try adding verizon.com to your Trusted Sites zone in Internet Explorer.
To do so, double-click the "Internet Zone" thing down there ▼ to bring up the Security panel, select the Trusted Sites zone and click the Sites button. Then enter "verizon.com" and click Add. You will have to uncheck the "Require server verification" box.
That should fix the problem.
That didn't work either. Thanks both for your help. I just downloaded Firefox and it works ok for me, so I'll just use it till I get IE fixed.
System restore to a point before installing and uninstalling Verizon In-Home Agent did the trick. Now, I will be extremely reluctant to install it ever again. Liz, you get the credit for the fix.