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IE 8 CSS3 question

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wockatz    0
wockatz

Hi,

I'd like to know how can I resize the Magnifier icon inside search area of pagelines in navbar browsing with internet explorer 8. Seems like IE8 does not have backgound-size property. I found some soltuions online but I have no clue how to use them.

I know navbar has webkit so I should not expect to have nice shadows and colors for navbar in IE. But the thing is my navbar's color is BLUE! and i can't find in css where the blue color is overriding. A Dark blue from bottom of navbar becomes lighter towards top of navbar.

Thanks.

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Danny    1,327
Danny

Hi,

Unfortunately, Internet Explorer 8 doesn't support CSS3 - http://www.w3schools.com/cssref/css3_browsersupport.asp

If you can provide a link to your site, we may be able to assist you further.

The issue with your NavBar having a dark blue gradient means you're not using the latest version of PageLines Framework, as this was fixed in a recent update, as far as I am aware.


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wockatz    0
wockatz

Well I'm on latest update. Where do you think I should look for the blue color? I would only need to change it to black or dark gray. I fixed the hidden menus and some other issues but this one seems a bit tricky to find with IE8 silly inspection tool.

Btw, the website is local and is not accesible. Do you think a screenshot image would help?

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Danny    1,327
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Yeah, can you provide screenshots please.


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wockatz    0
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I just found the filter causing the blue color. in .p1-color-black-trans.navbar when I disable filter property it fixes the color. Does this property suppose to give transparency? or shadow? Since what ever color i put in it it does not affect.

How can I remove or override the filter? filter:none does not work

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Danny    1,327
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Where is the location of the filter you found ?


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I fixed it. Dont know what was wrong with that filter. Btw, I still have some other problems with ie7...but ie8 which most of my clients are using now works.

Here is the address. Body-> first div -> first section -> first div....which is

<div class="navbar fix navbar-full-width pl-color-black-trans">....

I put this is my css code and it override the filter with another filter.

.navbar.fix.navbar-full-width.pl-color-black-trans{

filter:progid:DXImageTransform.Microsoft.gradient(startColorStr='#444444',EndColorStr='#222222');

background-repeat: repeat-x;

}

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catrina    103
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There isn't much support that can be provided for IE7 (plus, users should be using at least IE8 if they're not using the latest version, IE9).


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