I am using Jigoshop on a website that also uses PL5 and am running into an issue where the store pages do not allow me to use the PL5 editor. Is anyone else having this problem or know if a solution?
When I open the Chrome console I see the following error:
site.js?ver=b199df:5 Uncaught ReferenceError: PLData is not defined
at Object.setMasterModel (site.js?ver=b199df:5)
at Object.init (site.js?ver=b199df:5)
at HTMLDocument.<anonymous> (site.js?ver=b199df:5)
at i (jquery.js?ver=1.12.4:2)
at Object.fireWith [as resolveWith] (jquery.js?ver=1.12.4:2)
at Function.ready (jquery.js?ver=1.12.4:2)
at HTMLDocument.K (jquery.js?ver=1.12.4:2)
The problem can be seen here: http://fingerlakesdistilling.com/shop/ where the sidebar, footer, and header do not show up. Any thoughts?
Thanks so much!
By Michael Kummer+
we have noticed that the Elements section is displaying incorrectly under IE11 on Windows 10. See xiting.us. The 3 sections above the footer are Elements sections and they have way too much spacing.
Is this a known issue?
Someone reported this little bit of weirdness to me today. They were using Internet Exporer. I used an emulator, and I received the same result. Please see the attached.
The website is richcruzchicago.com.
A previous thread mentioned problems with Splashup in IE.
I am having these same issues. Everything is fine in firefox and chrome but IE displays only half the splash up section overlayed across the other content. See screen shots below.
How it should look is Fire fox Splashup
How it looks in IE is IE Splashup.
Site is www.catholiccol.org.nz/live-preview-09-2016
I have also attached shots of Inspect of each browser. As soon as I click on the ::after and ::before elements in IE the page displays correctly.
I have tried Splashup on other sites and a local install with no custom css and all other plugins disabled but I still get the same problem.
Site that looks great on other browser, are is rendered wrong on IE: http://foodfunded.us/
We got multiple complaints.
The height of sections is way too high. Not sure which section is causing the problem, as they are in containers.
Or is the size of the images?
While most of us probably don't use IE, it might prevent professionals from getting client engagements with the PL5 tool, if the browsers don't have coverage.