hideMode:'offsets' to the toolbar definition and the error went away. The other one, I had to add
enableOverflow: false option to the toolbar to avoid hitting
Object required error in IE.
Posts Tagged ‘ie’
Somehow IE refuse to display properly with
width:auto. FF and Safari had no problem with this property and displayed correct width size to match content. IE would set the width size to 1 pixel wide. Fortunately, I came across this post. Thanks to orcrist’s recommendation, removing the
width attribute fixed the issue for me on IE.
This blog post saved my day. I was able to keep a page look relatively the same by using browser specific css definitions. Maintaining separate css definitions is undesirable, but necessary to work within the current situation.
Yesterday, I found out that the autocomplete widget doesn’t work on IE. A quick search on-line led me to the following thread. After a simple copy-and-past the code into my environment fixed the issue.