July 24, 2013 at 1:12 pm #6000
In IE 7, the pagination dots under the Responsive slider display in a vertical column rather than horizontal line.July 24, 2013 at 2:21 pm #6006EricCustomer
Someone with access to IE7 would have to answer this (I don’t have it so I’m unable to check).
Check out the Optimal demo and see if the same thing occurs….you can also try another site that uses the Genesis Responsive Slider and see if the problem is the same. If it is, then it’s probably an issue with that particular plugin. If so, it would be best to contact the plugin developers over at SP Community forum to see if they are aware of the issue.
If someone with IE7 can take a look at this for us, that would be greatly appreciated 🙂
I create awesome sites for awesome people! Contact me if interested – firstname.lastname@example.orgJuly 24, 2013 at 3:54 pm #6008
I tried to run the demo on BrowserShots but it’s failing on Can’t read Robot.txt so I can’t test the same site so I ran it with my own hand built theme at http://digitalessence.net/ and the issue remains.
I will now submit a ticket with SP.
Thanks.July 24, 2013 at 10:58 pm #6013EricCustomer
Ok, if you come across a solution from one of the developers, feel free to post it here for others if you can.
I create awesome sites for awesome people! Contact me if interested – email@example.comJuly 25, 2013 at 5:06 am #6017
here is the response from StudioPress:
Thanks for contacting us about this. Unfortunately this is because the coins are using inline-block styling, which is not supported in IE7.
We do not have a good solution for this because we are working on being web forward. I know that a lot of sites are concerned about IE7 support for various reasons. It is theoretically possible to override the inline-block styling and use old fashioned floats instead.
Unfortunately, we are not able to provide assistance with this, as it will require customization to your theme’s code. Your customization question would be a great question for the community forums. I’m sure many users would benefit from the collective feedback the community can give you. You can open a thread here: http://studiopress.com/forums/. If you don’t have an account, simply register and a password will be emailed to you.
While I can understand that we need to move forward in terms of design, I think killing support for IE 7 is a little too early.
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