I have a link which when clicked either fades up a full screen overlay and a popup box ontop or fades them both down. This works perfect in every browser except IE7 and IE8. The popup box fades in and out OK but the overlay just appears or disappears with no fading (which is bizarre!)
I am making a website with a nice picture slide.The slide has arrows on the left and right and I want them toadjustto the size of the active image.Here is the link to the site:http://dergebauer.test6002.info/projekt.htm?id=029&from=matr&category=sonderloesungenIt works everywhere except in IE.I also tried to rebuild the error on a dummy site...but everything worked.
The following code is working great for all browsers except for Internet Explorer .. I've been investigating and the problem seems to be the html method. How can I change the script for it to work in Internet Explorer also? [code]
I'm using ajax to send data to another page, but in IE 'message' is emptied some times. I have an alert on 'message' in the JS-function and there is data there; for example: "I think that IE <br />is a pain in the..
Issue with Internet Explorer 7 and the Hover State of this div (highlighted in red).[url]
To view an example of what's going on. If I try simply using jquery's mouseover() function without a mouseout () it actually works in the red area, so for some reason a mouseout() is always getting triggered in the left area of the left most box and there's nothing different in that box's css vs. the others.
I manipulate XML with jQuery with no problem in all browseres but not in Internet Explorer. I serched bug-fix and I found "metadata.js" but still not working in my Internet Explorer 7.It's just too nice to manipulate XML with jQuery...As a matter of fact... a simple example of extracting some data:Script page:
<!DOCTYPE html PUBLIC "-//W3C// DTD HTML 4.01//EN" "http://www.w3.org/TR/html4/strict.dtd"> <html> <head>
Code works perfectly in all browsers except IE (Internet Explorer - "failing forever". Good job MS )
I am stuck with the problem with submiting form in IE. This is the part of the code for submission. I am using jQuery validate and form plugins. On other browsers it submits. Tried ie7, ie8, ie9 and none of them submitted. (actually I tried on IE9, but in ie7, ie8 modes.) And they don’t give me any error message.[code]...
It everything looks simple, but it does not work and does not throw errors. Have you any ideas, what I should try to change?
I want to do a simple animation where an image fades and expands at the same time. Works beautifully in chrome/safari etc but because of the IE opacity thing not IE. Can I use fadeIn() and get this to work at the same time as the animate()? or is there another solution?
i've a problem using the change-handler in a simple html-formular. the change-handler fires twice when the input-field already defines an onChange-Event.
I have a DIV near the bottom of my web page, but above the footer, that is hidden by default.
If I then reveal this DIV using jQuery function Show (or slideDown ), the DIV is revealed but it overlaps my footer DIV which is below it. What I want to happen is that the DIV gets pushed down (as happens in Firefox).
Here's my code barebones. It works well in Firefox,Chrome, and Safari.Not in IE. My apologies in advance for using fractional ems and width and height %s. I'm basically coding a really simple dropdown menu and probably wouldn't even touch Jquery if not for IE on this. When I look at the menu in IE6, it puts every year and month in a single column as opposed to having a column for every year (as I want it). I know this isn't horribly difficult, but I'm having a real time with it.
I developed a website using jQuery plugins in part of it. Couple of visitors visited the website with internet explorer complained that some part of the website does not function at all. I have Internet Explorer 8 installed and I dont know how to downgrade it.[URL]...
It works fine on Firefox and Chrome, but in IE (7 and 8) and Opera the element just appears rather than being faded in. I've seen a few solutions posted online but have yet to find a solution that works.I have an example page if that helps. I'm also having a few other problems: In Internet Explorer (7 and 8), the first thumbnail never displays the lightbox (the onload event never fires). But the others work fine. In IE7, the code to fix the ClearType bug doesn't work. $(this).css( 'opacity', '' ) should remove the opacity style (in this case, the 'filter' property) but it doesn't remove it. I also tried to remove the filter property. In IE's dev tools it still has style="filter: ;"
In Opera, it never runs after it has loaded once. In other words, if an image is in the browser cache the onload event never fires.
I have 2 monitors with a different resolution. It is important in yapplicationthat I get the screen size of the monitor wherethe webbrowser is located. When I try to get the screen size (window.screen.height + window.screen.width) only IE gives me always the screen size of the main monitor where my taskbar (windows7) is located, instead of the screen size of the secondary screen where the webbrowser is located. It does work in all other webbrowsers .
I have created a page with an alert on JSbin.com to show you your screen resolution. If you use 2 monitors open the page in one of the monitors. You will notice you will get the screen resolution of the screen where your web browser is located, except in IE (hoera!)