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Jackey

Error on Explorer 8 browsers when logged in

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Jackey

When a user is logged in with Internet Explorer 8, the page does not show and I get that there is an undefined error in css3-mediaquerries.js This code is called by library.templates.php of the Pagelines Framework. function pagelines_fix_ie( ){ $ie_ver = pl_detect_ie(); if( pagelines('google_ie') && ( $ie_ver < 8 ) ) echo ''."n"; if ( $ie_ver < 9 ) printf('%3$s%3$s%3$s', 'http://html5shim.googlecode.com/svn/trunk/html5.js', 'http://css3-mediaqueries-js.googlecode.com/svn/trunk/css3-mediaqueries.js',"n"); // If IE7 add the Internet Explorer 7 specific stylesheet if ( $ie_ver == 7 ) wp_enqueue_style('ie7-style', PL_CSS . '/ie7.css', array(), CORE_VERSION); } Can anyone confirm this problem?

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Simon
Sorry no errors here, can you provide a link?

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Jackey
http://golfclub-stippelberg.nl User: help Password: help Login with IE8 and go to the frontend

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Simon
Can you disable some of the plugins to test? You have a lot of plugins activated. Try deactivating all of them first and test each one as you reactivate.

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Jackey
That was inconclusive... ??? It happens with various combinations of plugins enabled. It look as if there is a quota of some sort. No errors at the servers end. It baffles that when I login I get the error, when I'm logged out everything is fine.

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Jackey
I can make it go away by patching line 277 in Library Templates.php: printf('%3$s%3$s%3$s', 'http://html5shim.googlecode.com/svn/trunk/html5.js', 'http://ie7-js.googlecode.com/svn/version/2.1(beta4)/IE8.js',"n"); But I don't think this is the way to go... ;) btw I'm running WP 3.3

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Jackey
It seems that IE8 gets overloaded. When I disable the WP toolbar for that user everything is fine. Installed "admin-bar-disabler"... and removed it for all members... they don't need it anyway.

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