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January 15, 2015 at 2:38 am #193306
I’m working on the following website
the website displays perfect on chrome and IE9 and above
However on IE7
I see the following problems.
-the fonts dont get applied (this happens even on IE8)
-the font icons (faktory icons similar to font awesome icons) dont display
– the center panel with the content gets displayes on the extreme left middle. It should be in the centre like how it is in IE 9 and above.
– also the background images dotn fit right for every screen size. bigger screen and smaller screens show the background images in the actual size.
Please help with these fix as the client need the website working on ie 7 and 8 too :(
@Shikkediel :could you plzhelp
TIAJanuary 15, 2015 at 3:16 am #193308Paulie_DMember
IE7 doesn’t support
@font-faceas far as I know and support for IE8 is limited to EOTJanuary 15, 2015 at 3:22 am #193309January 15, 2015 at 3:29 am #193310Paulie_DMember
Not really, I barely recognize IE8 and I certainly don’t support IE7.January 15, 2015 at 10:56 am #193345
I’d try to help out but I’m rather ignorant when it comes to browsers before IE9. Only thing I ever did was make opacity work (but stopped supporting that later). I did have a look but in IE7/8 mode it won’t even get past loading the scripts. It reports this as an undefined or empty value :
if(e.browser.msie). This shouldn’t be happening though – the site is using jQuery version 1.11 where this was removed. But I think it is due to an inline and outdated script :
* PANES - WordPress on One Page - custom script * ----------- * * author: PeHaa THEMES * email: [email protected] * * version 1.1.3
Sorry to say I don’t have any more insight than that…
Edit – maybe you could try using jQuery 1.8.January 15, 2015 at 1:01 pm #193364
It happens in IE11 when I reload the page with the element inspector as well of course but I didn’t notice that at first. The browser sniffing in the inline script could be essential for placing the panes correctly though.January 15, 2015 at 1:12 pm #193366January 15, 2015 at 1:21 pm #193367
You could try using an earlier library version, jQuery.browser was last present in 1.8. No guarantee that’ll fix it but it just might.
Right now I cannot view the page if I enable the element inspector – it gets stuck on that undefined value (not sure how to ignore it).
Edit – the doc says it’s still available with the migrate plugin.
I do see that link on the page (?).January 15, 2015 at 1:28 pm #193369
There will be a play like button on the menubar (under debugger). click that play button orpress F5or F8 to continue loading the website.January 15, 2015 at 2:04 pm #193371
Good one, lol. Thanks. But in both IE7 and IE8 mode the content is centered normally on my setup (edit – I do see the problem on smaller screens, probably related to what follows in this paragraph). The other issue with the background images is because they are set with @media, which isn’t supported before IE9. Still weird
.browserthrows this error by the way.January 15, 2015 at 2:10 pm #193372
worked on the center positioning today and felt so silly trying to set up things right on outdated versions. now the site is presentable on IE 7 and 8. Thanks so much for taking out time forthis. If im able to fix this msie thingy. great else i jus let it be.January 15, 2015 at 2:12 pm #193373
No problem, couldn’t help too much on this one though. But maybe you could remove the @media rules and use jQuery for it instead…
Or possibly just a conditional script for the older browsers.
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