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Problems with sidebar in IE using kiwi/ canvas (2 posts)

  1. davyperimeter
    Posted 9 years ago #

    Hi - I'm setting up a new art and culture magazine & am using the canvas plugin with kiwi-lite for wordpress.

    I'm having a couple of problems:

    Firstly, the sidebar is overlapping terribly in internet explorer (which I don't use, but many people do & for a magazine, compatibility is paramount!!)

    - it is fine in firefox and safari.

    Secondly the flickr rss feed that I want to use just seems to pick any random images, not images from the feed I have specified to it in canvas.

    the magazine's address is http://www.perimeterculture.com

    Any help would be greatly appreciated.


  2. vividhaditya
    Posted 9 years ago #

    I think the problem is with IE7 and not with earlier versions. THere is folder called CSS and there is ie.css file in it. Your header is calling this file in IE7. These hacks were there for IE as IE was never W3C compliant.

    But IE7 has improved itself and is W3C compliant now. The most you can do is open your header.php file and look for where it is calling the ie.css file. it should be between the endif tags. Just remove that. It should work now. At least it worked for me. Though I had doubts that it wouldn't worker in the earlier versions of IE. But it has worked for me in that as well.

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