Graphene with IE9
I just updated my theme to the latest version and have some questions:
The blue colored frame around the slider images does not appear in IE9 unless I turn on compatability mode. What is it supposed to look like?
Also, there is an extra area just below the header menu that looks different now, not sure what’s causing this.
Can you take a look: http://www.cadtoolbox.com
Love the theme, it’s one of the best for WordPress!Admin
IE9 doesn’t support CSS3 linear-gradient, so that’s why the colored frame around the slider does not work. None of the older IE versions support linear-gradient as well, so I used PIE to add that support for IEs. However, unlike older versions of IE, IE9 doesn’t support -pie-background, so that’s why it doesn’t show the linear gradient background. It shows up in compatibility mode possibly because it uses older IE rendering engine, which does support -pie-background.
I’ve added a fallback background colour for the featured slider, which causes IE9 to display the background as a solid, blue colour. This will be available in the next update, but if you want to fix it now, just add this code to the Custom CSS section in the theme’s display options:
Update: never mind the first part of this (http://css3pie.com/). Something I have played with before, but definitely not working with latest version of theme.Admin
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