I run a small website for a hobby club. This is built on a standard WordPress theme of "Misty Lake". Most of the site is open to the public, but there are a couple of pages which contain information only of relevance to members, which I have password protected.
The website is http://www.kapitimodelflyers.org.nz/
My problem is that the website works fine to anyone using Chrome, Safari, or Firefox. If anyone tries to access the site using Internet Explorer (all versions including IE10), the password function does not work. When you try to enter a password, there is no indication on the screen that the password has been recorded, and when you hit "enter" the page just recycles and asks you for the password again.
Earlier versions of IE also have a distorted layout on the screen as well as the password being non - functional.
Is this a deficiency of the code in which WordPress is written, or is there some simple instructions I can provide to club members who operate Internet Explorer (bearing in mind that most of them have limited computer skills) that will enable them to access the site.?
The blog I need help with is kapitiaeromodellersclub.wordpress.com.