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  • #20354

    Hi,

    I have created pricing table. The middle column is highlighted and this highlighted column is looking blur in chrome.How can I resolve this?

    I checked this with IE 8 and its looking totally flat. No highlighted column. I tested this with Firefox but its looking fine.

    another issue I am getting is that I have reduced the size of search box. Its working fine for Firefox and chrome. But its not expanding in left direction IE8. The icons look square. Is this IE8 Compatible?

    regards,

    teamkp

    #107323

    Hi,

    Unfortunately due to the buggy and backward nature of IE8 or 7, a lot of neat css effects simply do not work. Shadows, rounded borders, and a long list of effects are outside the scope of IE. There isn’t much that can be done for those individuals (besides upgrading to a proper browser) or creating a completely separate user interface specifically for IE8 or IE7.

    Luckily only 6% of all visitors use IE8 and less than 1% use IE7 and that number is dropping fast. So you shouldn’t worry excessively catering to visitors who use buggy 4 year old browsers capable of displaying only square buttons, and unable to show transition effects, since those people are well used to seeing the internet that way. .

    Thanks,

    Nick

    #107324

    Hi Nick,

    Thanks for the detailed description. I would like to resolve one issue that I mentioned above. The pricing table is looking blur on Chrome. I am using latest chrome version 24. How do I resolve this issue.

    regards,

    teamkp

    #107325

    Hi teamkp,

    Can you link us to the page where the pricing table looks blurry for you? Also Try adding the following CSS to your Quick CSS (located under the Styling Tab in the theme options) or the custom.css file in the css folder of your theme files:

    .avia_table .avia-button {
    -webkit-backface-visibility: visible;
    }

    Chromes webkit rendering changes from time to time and that might do it for you on the highlighted buttons.

    Regards,

    Devin

    #107326

    Some of the lettering, esp. inside the buttons on the table, look blurry in several browsers. The reason for this is just bad CSS styling, IMO. One does not need shadows, etc. on lettering on buttons..it’s just too much. Much as I love kriesi themes, I do wish they’d use a designer or simplify things when possible with respect to the CSS, because oftentime I have to make a lot of changes just to make the sites easily readable…test too small, too many special effects (like on the tables) and just too much going on. Just cuz you can, doesn’t mean you should, and less is more! I have been able to turn off the shading on these tables with respect to the columns that are set back, but with the columns that bump out, I can’t seem to affect them; if someone could tell me how to do that, please do. My sense is that it may be in the shortcode CSS somewhere and that’s why adding it to my child theme CSS is not working for those…

    #107327

    Hi,

    Do you have a url where this is shown, so that we can provide the css specific to your situation.

    Thanks,

    Nick

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