Access denied to /themes/graphene/js/PIE.php

  • j1simon

    #3517

    I just added a few images with links to some pages and works great in chrome and firefox. IE… Not so much. I use a child theme. Any advice?

    probably help to have a URL. http://shoptattletale.com/wp-content/themes/graphene/js/PIE.php

    thanks,

    James

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    Kenneth John Odle

    #24638

    Well, I’m not quite sure why you linked to that file…

    Yeah, IE never displays things the way Chrome and Firefox (real browsers) do. The question is: what is not working? Do the links not work properly? Is something displaying incorrectly?

    j1simon

    #24639

    Sorry, I probably should have taken more time on my post. The images show up as dead links and when you click to see the errors that IE has it shows Access denied to /themes/graphene/js/PIE.php about 6 times.

    the problem is on the home page, http://www.tattletale.com

    I am not trying to link to that file that I know of.

    You can still click through the links but the images do not display.

    thanks

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    Kenneth John Odle

    #24640

    I’m not seeing it in IE9. Which version are you using?

    Are you talking about the slidedeck images? If so, when I click on one it takes me to the page it’s linked to without any problems.

    The support for SlideDeck is here: http://www.slidedeck.com/support-policy/

    I don’t know if there’s anything about an IE issue there.

    j1simon

    #24641

    I’m seeing it in IE7 and 8. There are supposed to be 2 images above the slidedeck. The slidedeck is working properly.

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    Kenneth John Odle

    #24642

    I see the images. (I don’t have IE7 or IE8 — I try to avoid IE at all costs.)

    To be honest, I don’t see anything there that would cause an issue with the images not displaying. But IE7 and IE8 are notorious for acting more like a toaster than an actual browser. There is probably something in the javascript of one of your plugins that older versions of IE don’t care for.

    You can test this by temporarily renaming your plugins folder (via FTP) and then reloading the page. If the images show up, it’s something in one of your plugins. You have a number than use JavaScript or jQuery.

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