I'm running Win8 on my primary office computer, and the page displays fine in both IE 10 and Chrome 28. In any case, this clearly isn't a Windows 8 issue, per se. Hopefully SpywareDocs suggestion will work for you, but he makes a good point that it's always informative to compare a page that isn't loading correctly in a second browser.
Another useful tool is to try running your browser with no add-ons or plugins. The method differs between browsers and even your OS, but in Windows 8 you can run IE with no add-ons from a Command Prompt. From the Start Screen, type cmd and press ENTER. This should open a command prompt window where you will need to type "c:\program files\internet explorer\iexplore.exe" -extoff then press ENTER.
The command string isn't case sensitive, but you have to include the quotation marks, and you also need to include a space in "program files" and "internet explorer" as well as a space between the closed quotation mark and "-extoff" in the command string. This will open Internet Explorer with no add-ons. If the page displays correctly, then one of your add-ons is the culprit, and you will need to use IE's Manage Add-ons option in the Tools menu to find and kill the offender.
Edited by slgrieb, 13 July 2013 - 02:14 PM.