Support » Plugin: IE CSS3 Support » Working out my sites' IE-compatibility bugs…

  • Resolved leejosepho

    (@leejosepho)


    I have had a new Child Theme made, I use it at two sites, and I still need IE CSS3 Support to make my sites’ round corners display in IE. However, I have just discovered IE CSS3 Support is somehow interfering with a drop-down menu in my Navbars…and I am sure this was present even before I had activated my new Child Theme.

    I presently have IE CSS3 Support turned *on* at nonameyet.org, and that results in this:
    1) IE8 is not showing a drop-down menu when you hover over the Login/Logout button in the Navbar;
    2) While hovering IE9 over the Login/Logout button in the Navbar, a drop-down showing nothing more than an underscore for each page appears.

    I presently have IE CSS3 Support turned *off* at nnywriters.com, and those problems do not appear there (but I do get the round corners I would like to have at both sites).

    Any thoughts or suggestions?

    Many thanks.

    http://wordpress.org/extend/plugins/ie-css3-support/

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  • Plugin Author Cristopher Dino

    (@cristopher-dino)

    Hi,

    I have check your code(html/css) and i have found out that there are some specialized instance for the navigation to work. Unfortunately. the plugin has no control on this instance. But you can try this steps.

    After activating the plugin, open you theme’s main style, which usually named as “style.css” and add this code on the bottom.

    .nav-menu {
    	position: inherit !important;
    }
    
    .nav-menu .children {
    	z-index: 999 !important;
    }

    I thank you. That bit of code has fixed the problem in IE9, and that might be the most we can do here. IE8 still does not show a drop-down menu at all, but I can live with that!

    Many thanks.

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