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  1. http://jsfiddle.net/Q5AjL/ I am getting a strange affect in internet explorer. When I apply rounded corners the elements corners become broken. I thought it might be something to do with my html page, the doc type etc... but when isolating the css into a jsfiddle i get the same results. Has anyone else come accross this? I currently have ie11. When i put ie 11 into developer mode the issue vanishes! So confusing. I have attached some screen shot examples. This is making the site look like it has some sort of desease..
  2. Hi all- this is my first post here, I've been working with javascript for only a few months and can usually find the answers by googling, but I am kind of stumped on this one. I have a form where I can select toppings for a pizza and when you change the dropdown selector to choose a topping, a javascript function posts to a standalone php file to automatically update the database. It works great in chrome, but I can't seem to get it to work in IE. If I run the standalone script directly in a browser window, it works, even in IE. So I am assuming that my javascript code that posts to the file is not able to post to the file in IE for some reason. Here is the js function trying to post to the form: function updateCart() { var filename = "<?php echo $server;?>update_cart.php"; $.post(filename, $("#cartform").serialize()); alert("file name: " +filename); } The alert pops up and correctly displays the path to the file in both chrome and IE. Does anyone see any obvious reasons why this wouldn't work in IE? thanks for your help, Andy
  3. Hello all, I am not sure if this is the right place to put this, but I am working on a template that uses png images for navigation icons. The backgrounds are set to transparent. All works fine in Chrome. When I view it in Internet Explorer my images look thicker/bolder and messy. How can this be fixed? Sorry I cannot link to a webpage as I am designing this on my localhost. *********************************************SOLVED********************************************* After looking around I found a solution. -ms-filter: "progid:DXImageTransform.Microsoft.gradient(startColorstr=#00FFFFFF,endColorstr=#00FFFFFF)"; /* IE8 */ filter: progid:DXImageTransform.Microsoft.gradient(startColorstr=#00FFFFFF,endColorstr=#00FFFFFF); /* IE6 & 7 */ I thought I would share it in case someone comes across my question and needs an answer.
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