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The revslider doesn´t show up when using IE 9 on this site: www.leadershapers.com 

 

IE 9 is still supported by Microsoft it seems like, is this possible to solve?

 

 

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I would be inclined to install the pro tools plugin and enable the special browser detection, then you can hide that element with some simple css.

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I am having the same issue, not only IE 9.

So what is the code to get ride of the element?

What will it eliminate?

How to implement the code?

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Aldo - What do you mean ?

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you wrote "then you can hide that element with some simple css." I'd like more into on that?

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DMS Pro Tools includes a feature called Browser Specific CSS. When enabled, this option adds browser or device specific CSS classes to your body tag. Which you can use to hide elements for that browser. You can find more information on our documentation here - http://docs.pagelines.com/tutorials/browser-specific-css

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Hideing the Revslider element will result in that its hidden for all IE-user right? Is it possible to hide it for IE 9 and older only?

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semivaken - Hi, yeah you can, with IE being the awesome browser it is ;p the Browser Specific CSS allows you to use a version class too. For example, if you want to target IE9 you will use the following class .ie9

 

This information is on the Browser Specific CSS documentation.

 

You can also use:

 

.ie7

.ie8

.ie9 and so forth.

 

 

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