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I could not find pl_detect_ie but found ie_version. I changed the code to: 



// Fix IE and special handling
// if ( pl_detect_ie() )
if ( ie_version())
function pagelines_fix_ie( ){
// $ie_ver = pl_detect_ie();
$ie_ver = ie_version();
maybe a bug?


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OK a bug how?


You have not explained what your bug is, what its doing and what you expect to happen and then what your fix does thats different.

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When IE is detected the google code could appear in my header (when checked the function in the option panel). Initially I did not succeed to get it there. Then I took a look at the code and detected the function pl_detect_ie that should return true. But I coud not find thst function in pagelines. I found a similar function called ie_version in pagelines and that does the trick for me. Maybe I am wrong, but it seems that there is a naming /reference bug there.

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Do you have a URL where its not working?

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yes works...


IE9 nothing happens.

IE8 Shim is loaded.

IE7 Shim + IE7 css is loaded. 

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Thanks! Great support. Resolved. I even found the function ;). Both functions are nearly similar and maybe one of both is not needed?!

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