Block Opera Browser
# February 25, 2013 at 6:34 am
opera completely not compatible with my site (Template, css, some jQuery plugin and etc..) i tested in firefox, chrome, even IE, but only have a many problem with Opera. problems are very bad, for eg. when i opened the site with opera, after a little scroll down, template disappeared, just background left! or not support some css3 and jquery.
i tried to compatible my site with opera but it didn’t.. so i decided to block opera and redirect users to a page with a message.
– Thanks for reply# February 25, 2013 at 8:26 am
unfortunately i still not figure it out, sorry , need a little help
i’m not familiar with js and jquery, if i load this:
but… still cant understand what is this for.
maybe other way is fix that problem, with your help
i think found cause the problems,
when i open my site with opera a horizontal scrolling appear in bottom of page, i try to fix this with:
overflow: auto; overflow-x: hidden;
but nothing happen in Opera , and should take scroll to right for see template
maybe this will be solve with css, i don’t know
please see this image:
http://uploadtak.com/images/h357_Untitled2.jpg# February 25, 2013 at 10:47 am
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Really, you should never block a specific vendor. It’s generally bad practice to do so. I’d never advise on how to block a browser; especially Opera. Opera has CSS3/HTML5 capabilities, so I couldn’t possibly imagine Opera giving you problems over another browser like IE. I’m actually interested on seeing your markup/website more than anything.
Show us your website, then maybe we can resolve your issue. :-)
PS, what happens if you remove that background image?
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