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JQuery and IE

Discussion in 'Website Design Forum:' started by chrismitchell, Jun 1, 2010.

  1. Anyone know any good work arounds for getting JQuery to work in IE? I've made an interactive image using JQuery (its an anatomy statue with roll overs in certain areas etc).
  2. Also in a related note, anyone know of a way to display something to those only using Internet Explorer? As if I can't get this JQuery to work in IE i'll need to have a way of showing something similar instead to those using IE.
  3. Harry

    Harry Senior Member

    What does the jQuery actually add? The whole point of progressive enhancement is that you don't notice something's missing, only if it's there…
  4. Well its an interactive image, i'm going to build the same thing in Flash, but i had already got a JQuery one working great in all apart from IE and just want to stop IE from seeing it, i'm able to make something display if its only IE but i haven't worked out how to block content from IE yet.. any ideas Harry?

    Sorry this is client request not mine.
  5. ralphsaunders

    ralphsaunders Senior Member

    ... jQuery = javascript = should work in IE... o_o
  6. Harry

    Harry Senior Member

    $browser strpos($_SERVER['HTTP_USER_AGENT'],"MSIE");
        if (
    $browser == true){
    $browser 'IE';
    <? if ($browser != 'IE') { ?>
    <!-- Map code here -->
    <? ?>
  7. Aarlev

    Aarlev Member

    Yeah all JS/jQuery should work fine in IE. I've never encountered any IE problems with it anyways. Is it a script you created yourself, or a well known jQuery plugin? I'd try to get the jQuery working in IE instead and avoid Flash at all costs if it can be done with JS. Did the client specifically ask for a Flash version for IE and a jQuery solution for other browsers?
  8. Renniks

    Renniks Senior Member

    Like has been said,
    The Jquery should work, if it doesn't it needs to be fixed so it does...
    The jquery shouldn't be necessary, if its not there the site should still be perfectly usable and functioning.
  9. Harry

    Harry Senior Member

  10. Harry

    Harry Senior Member

    Got a bullet proof and pure CSS version of that already pre-written: Hover
  11. ooooh any chance i can use that for this Harry? Looks really nice and slick :D
  12. Harry

    Harry Senior Member

    Hmmm, I did charge someone on here £20 for that exact same code a couple of weeks ago…
  13. ahh well this is for a job i'm doing for a client on freelance so never mind mate :) I'll get this one working LOL :) thanks for the look at another (better) way of doing what i'm trying to do :D
  14. Well I just talked to the client and he likes yours more than mine.. funnily enough... so i'll have to sort out a Paypal with you Harry to get the code from you :)
  15. Harry

    Harry Senior Member

    Okay cool, nice one :D

    harry [at] csswizardry [dot] com for when you get round to it. No rush dude :)
  16. not a problem :) thanks again Harry :)

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