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Not Rendering in IE

Not Rendering in IE

Not Rendering in IE

Hi folks

I have a js gauge which renders fine in Firefox but nothing in IE

Been tearing my hair out trying different fiddles, to no avail.

The page is at http://www.london-electronics.com/prod.php

Thanks in anticipation for any pointers!


RE: Not Rendering in IE

What version of IE are you using?

IE is not HTML 5 compliant for versions prior to 10 and even on 10 there are some incompatibilities.

The code is also producing an error on IE. (Only have version 8 to test for now) The IE developer console says its because the property or method being used does not exist in the object trying to use it. It points to line 44.

Phil AKA Vacunita
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RE: Not Rendering in IE

renders just fine in IE 9.

RE: Not Rendering in IE

IE8 and lower is the breaking point. IE9 and above (including a fresh IE11) are fine. You need to decide if your audience has a sufficient number of IE8 users to bother with any extra effort to troubleshoot. Check your google analytics report for this data. Personally, I'd move on with any sales/commerce web site. The only people using IE8 or older would be running Windows XP. That is not a market with money to spend on your products.

RE: Not Rendering in IE

I just noticed Microsoft is making virtual machines for checking IE slightly easier and more apparent for Win/Mac/Lin users.

You can get free 90-day VMs here...

I assume you can use an archive of your original VM download to initiate another 90-day period for the Windows OS license after your first period expires.

RE: Not Rendering in IE

Thanks folks, I have IE8.

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