As per above – my colleagues with small screen PCs and IE8 can’t see the slider.
Does it depend on responsiveness issues?
As far as I know it should work fine in IE8. What OS and version are they running that it isn’t showing with IE8?
Hi Devin – basically they’re seeing a gaping white hole where the good stuff should be.
WIN7 (32bit IIRC), IE8
Hello again – many many issues cropping UP on IE (it’s sadly amazing how far removed this browser is to the rest of the field).
Basically most of graphics/pics appear gritty and smudged, incorrectly dimensioned, when responsive images appear fonts get arbitrarily downscaled, etc.
That’s why I was asking if there are any IE-specific hacks that need to be manually added to the core CSS files, or for example when entering custom code in the General Styling “Quick CSS” field…
I tested in IE11 (emulating IE8) and it worked as expected:
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Can you post a screenshot of your view?
The slider on your homepage looks fine on my end:
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Have you tried disabling all third-party plugins to see if it gets fixed?
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