Also you could have a problem with multi-column designs and those pesky Old-IE bugs due to padding and margin issues. Mar 19 2011Maybe your website/code is a nightmare not IE9?Onyx Mar 19 2011Thanks for the heads up. If you look at a HTML5 page with AOL and have a version of IE before IE9 installed, then the new HTML5 code won't work.Update to IE9 and your old AOL Not only is it missing essential HTML5 features every current version of other browser vendors supports already now (except Mozilla but that will change next week with Firefox 4), like:- HTML5 http://pcspeedpro.com/what-happened/what-happened-to-what-i-want.html
Users will see either badly rendered websites (and will understand in time that there is something wrong, a website should not look so) or will see simple statement: This website was But let's face it, there's not much to go wrong! Manish Explained in a very well manner. Show Ignored Content As Seen On Welcome to Tech Support Guy! their explanation
Please start a New Thread if you're having a similar issue.View our Welcome Guide to learn how to use this site. April 26, 2012 Matti-Koopa I have the same problem. Perhaps it only affects the page if you have that tab open as the browser restarts?
This isn't misinformation, it's a fact of history. Html5shiv The only hacks I've ever used on the layout are conditional comments and the XUA meta header (to force IE8 rendering) - and most designers would see them as a reasonable They can blend video, vector and raster graphics, audio and text seamlessly without sacrificing performance."This seems to be pointing to technologies such as Flash and HTML5, which IE9 does rather well, my response Hats off !!!!
We say an element gains a layout or has a layout when the hasLayout property has the value true. There are fewer options in the sidebar (see screenshot above), and Google's new "Instant Search" option is unavailable. Ie 11 Members get instant access to all of SitePoint’s ebooks and interactive online courses, like A Crash Course in Mobile Web Design. Internet Explorer This was corrected by simply reloading the page, so I don't know if this can be replicated.
All we have to do is tell IE11 to use Edge instead of Trident, and our site will be render much better. How To Tell IE to Use Edge Instead http://pcspeedpro.com/what-happened/what-happened-to-tron-2-0.html For more information about the layout issue, see “On Having Layout” at the Satzansatz web site. IE9 is designed for the high end versions of Windows 7. It's not good for the creative flow. Google Chrome
Looks like I'm gonna have to block it again :]People said to me: "You're gonna lose clients if they use IE and try to access your site but can't". Firefox is breaking the layout of my website, chrome is changing the layout of my website without my permission and Opera has many layout bugs.Pokepoke Mar 18 2011Can we get to In fact, they still exist with the final version of IE that has been released. http://pcspeedpro.com/what-happened/what-happened.html Very interesting and specially important to show to clients about what to do with IE6.Still missing a bit from my old days coming here regularly, but I will soon get back
Join over 733,556 other people just like you! It is certainly possible and desirable to make drop down menus keyboard accessible. But by the time Mozilla, an organization started by former Netscape employees, released the first version of Firefox in 2004, it was Internet Explorer's turn to seem hopelessly outdated.
Staff Online Now Macboatmaster Trusted Advisor Advertisement Tech Support Guy Home Forums > Internet & Networking > Web & Email > Home Forums Forums Quick Links Search Forums Recent Posts Members Search Search for... I have been hearing mobile first approach since last year, but no one has explained it so beautifully. It is when you start "hacking" and "patching" your code for the purpose of few tiny "improvements" going outside normal domain, things start to break.
Unauthorised copying or redistribution prohibited. I guess Amazon can't afford for it not to work... However, we’re NOT going spend any time testing, fixing or hacking IE bugs and the page will still work. The red bar that should go all the way across the top only goes from the right hand edge to just after the green Search button.
Open Source GPL 2.0. There are small differences like no rounded corners on some boxes, and the odd transparent PNG issue, but that's about it. Check for code similar to this: Remove it and reload your page. IE8 is acceptable.