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  1. #1
    Join Date
    Nov 2012

    IE problem, JQuery and some other

    Hey, I've just run into some problem with IE.
    I have a webpage, http://jozsi.hgart.hu, and it's not working in IE.
    I have several problems:
    - The whole look of the page in lte IE 8 is collapsing. What's wrong with it?
    - The background of the #menuslide div should be black but it's transparent. Why?
    - If I hover over .itemholder_logo the #menuslide div slides to the right, it's okay but if I mouseleave the .itemholder_logo, it slides back. In any other browser it slides back only if I leave with my mouse the whole .itemholder_logo and #menuslide divs.
    After it if you go to http://jozsi.hgart.hu/munkaim/1, which is a subpage,
    here the slider just doesn't work, like in any other browser. The images don't fade in and out.

    I just can't figure it out and I'm getting really crazy about it.

    Could you recommend me some kind of book or something that describes this whole Internet Explorer misery?
    I'm a bit fed up with it, I mean trying to make work my webpages in IE while it works pretty fine in any other browser but I know it's important but I don't know where to find a materieal about it to learn.

    Thank you in advance.

  2. #2
    Join Date
    Oct 2012
    Problem is in your Jquery.

    If IE8, open developer tools and watch console.
    Look for the errors and go from there. Its normally your missing a ";" or something remedial
    I don't have any of the problems you have just the JavaScript isn't working but I am using IE9.

  3. #3
    I'll look into that once i get home and can have a play around. That's strange because according to the plugin homepage, it is compatible with IE6+:

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