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  • Plugin Author Arevico

    @arevico

    Those CSS rules are set in place by an external library (fancybox). We have chosen not to remove it due to make the dependency manageble and for backward compatibility with Internet Explorer.

    If you still wish to have these lines removed, you can edit scs.css to remove those lines.

    Can you make different CSS for IE? Otherwise I can change CSS but I have to do this change every time I update your plugin.
    IE dropped in browsers usage in 2013 to 20% and I don’t know why everyone should “pay” a slower load because of them. Please try to create different CSS for IE.

    Plugin Author Arevico

    @arevico

    20% is still a significant percentage and i tough that browser which dont interpret rules, just ignore them. I will add this suggestion to the list for the new version to atleast think about it a little bit more

    I found another gradient css hint for IE witch avoid AlphaImageLoader filter. At least it’s work arround.

    filter: progid:DXImageTransform.Microsoft.gradient( startColorstr=’#1e5799′, endColorstr=’#7db9e8′,GradientType=0 ); /* IE6-9 */

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