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Problems with website on Internet Explorer 10


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I'm building a website for a client of mine with Pagelines Framework.
Everything looked good until we updated to the latest version of internet
explorer (10).

 

Suddenly the pages are acting strange in IE (not in other
browsers).

 

It looks like the content is moving from big to small.

 

Especially on this page: http://mettefrejvald.com/about/ but it acts like this on all pages.

 

Here is a screencast of the problem: https://vimeo.com/78607990

 

What can I do to fix it?

 

Best regards,

Vibeke

 

 

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Posted · Report post

Thanks for sharing. However, you shouldn't edit the core files, if you want to add this kind of code you will want to use a hook.

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Hi,

 

It looks like some kinds of effect, can you try disabling all active plugins, as well, remove all custom scripts and see if this resolves your issue.

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Unfortunately that didn't work :(

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Can you try removing all custom CSS/LESS and check again.

I apologise, but its difficult for me to test this, as I have no machine that windows.

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I haven't any custom CSS that could interfere with this.

 

My CSS only looks like this this:

h1 {
  font-weight: bold;
  color: #000000;
  font-size:12px;
}

#post-7 .entry_content {
font-family:"helvetica"
}

.fpost .entry-title {
  font-size:12px;
}

 

And it's not causing any problems.

Don't you have any body at Pagelines that do run windows who can help?

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Rob has checked in IE10 for me (I'm also a mac user unfortunately) and he can't see the site resizing. Do you compatibility mode enabled in IE10 at all? That can sometimes cause issues.

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My compability mode is not enabled, and my customer is seeing the same error with the website resizing.

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Just chekking in agang to follow up and to mention that we solved our problem by inserting this in the header tag:

<meta http-equiv="X-UA-Compatible" content="IE=9" />

 

Maybe others could find this handy if experiencing the same problem.

 

Kindly regards,

Vibeke

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vibekestorm I want to test your bit of code added to the header tag. In what file is the header tag located? 

 

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bonnysteele - The file she is referring to is the header.php file. However, you shouldn't edit the cores, as it is not recommended and by doing so, you void all support. Therefore, to add this kind of script, you will want to use a hook via a child theme.

 

 

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