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JQuery Masonry IE9 troubles

  • # August 8, 2012 at 7:22 am

    My Masonry has only one column in ie9 always. In the other browsers it’s fine.

    I put a simple example in the jsFiddle:

    I also have a live example on my WP theme:

    It’s the same, with or without float:left.

    It seems to be the same no matter which of three imagesLoaded scripts I tried, and whether or not I have images:

    So that leaves a problem in my Fiddle code? Obviously other people have gotten it to work in IE, sometime. I can’t imagine what I am missing. I tried applying the CSS elsewhere, I tried resetting IE settings to default, clearing IE cache, uploading my site so it’s not on localhost, etc.

    Any ideas?

    I’ve asked this in two other forums and no answer, so after years of being a spectator at css-tricks, I joined up. Hi & thanks. :)

    # January 10, 2013 at 9:43 am

    In case anyone finds my question, the answer from the author was never to use Margin: 0 auto.

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