Post by maccadon » Tue Oct 30, 2012 4:58 pm

When hovering above the official opencart template menu in IE10 (both desktop and metro version) it sometime doesn't dropdown but shows a small 5 px dropdown.
Any idea what the fix for this is? This should definitely be addressed.
This is also visible on de demo site ofhttp://demo.opencart.com/
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Post by Arno882 » Thu Nov 15, 2012 4:24 pm

maccadon wrote:When hovering above the official opencart template menu in IE10 (both desktop and metro version) it sometime doesn't dropdown but shows a small 5 px dropdown.
Any idea what the fix for this is? This should definitely be addressed.
This is also visible on de demo site ofhttp://demo.opencart.com/
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Got same problem with IE10, not much people use IE10 now, but this is not good.
did you found a solution yet?


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Post by Arno882 » Fri Nov 16, 2012 7:44 am

MarketInSG wrote:yes, error is known, and we can (hopefully) get it in 1.5.5
do you know maybe a temporaly solution for now? i think something in stylesheet must be changed?
this is a major error , because most new laptops comes with windows 8 and IE10 now , and also Windows 7 have IE10.
please advise.


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Post by MarketInSG » Fri Nov 16, 2012 4:46 pm

I have yet to test it out myself on IE 10. Haven't got the time for it yet. Till then, let's hope someone did test it


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Post by Tcalp » Mon Nov 19, 2012 7:11 am

Why is internet explorer always such a SOB ?

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Post by avantprime » Tue Nov 27, 2012 12:27 am

Isn't it always the case with IE. Sorry POS browser. I am currently looking for a solution to this problem without having to upgrade to the new version of OC. That would be a too much for me to take on right now, so a simple fix for the menu would be appreciated.


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Post by Arno882 » Thu Nov 29, 2012 5:58 am

Why is it taking so long for a solutions? this must be fixed realy fast.
i want to deploy a new webshop with opencart , but waiting for this fix or 1.5.5 version so can start fresh
anyone? please help!


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Post by avantprime » Tue Dec 11, 2012 7:04 pm

Now please no applause ;) .

I have had a go an it seems IE10 needs the same fix as IE7.

Paste this code into catalog/view/javascript/common.js

Replace this code:

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// IE6 & IE7 Fixes
if ($.browser.msie) {
	if ($.browser.version <= 6) {
		$('#column-left + #column-right + #content, #column-left + #content').css('margin-left', '195px');
			
		$('#column-right + #content').css('margin-right', '195px');
	
		$('.box-category ul li a.active + ul').css('display', 'block');	
	}
		
	if ($.browser.version <= 7) {
		$('#menu > ul > li').bind('mouseover', function() {
			$(this).addClass('active');
		});
			
		$('#menu > ul > li').bind('mouseout', function() {
			$(this).removeClass('active');
		});	
	}
}
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// IE6, IE7 & IE10 Fixes
if ($.browser.msie) {
	if ($.browser.version <= 6) {
		$('#column-left + #column-right + #content, #column-left + #content').css('margin-left', '195px');
			
		$('#column-right + #content').css('margin-right', '195px');
		
		$('.box-category ul li a.active + ul').css('display', 'block');	
	}
		
	if ($.browser.version <= 7) {
		$('#menu > ul > li').bind('mouseover', function() {
			$(this).addClass('active');
		});
				
		$('#menu > ul > li').bind('mouseout', function() {
			$(this).removeClass('active');
		});	
	}

	if ($.browser.version == 10) {
		$('#menu > ul > li').bind('mouseover', function() {
			$(this).addClass('active');
		});
				
		$('#menu > ul > li').bind('mouseout', function() {
			$(this).removeClass('active');
		});	
	}
}


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Post by Arno882 » Tue Dec 11, 2012 7:24 pm

:-) will test it tonight! thank you , applause maybe tonight for you ahhaha


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Post by smifis » Tue Dec 11, 2012 7:33 pm

I'm pretty sure the main issue here is how over reliant the default opencart template is on jquery for things such as the menu, which could be done entirely in css


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Post by Arno882 » Tue Dec 11, 2012 7:51 pm

smifis wrote:I'm pretty sure the main issue here is how over reliant the default opencart template is on jquery for things such as the menu, which could be done entirely in css
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Post by avantprime » Thu Dec 13, 2012 12:14 am

Arno882 wrote::-) will test it tonight! thank you , applause maybe tonight for you ahhaha
Any luck?


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Post by avantprime » Thu Dec 13, 2012 12:16 am

smifis wrote:I'm pretty sure the main issue here is how over reliant the default opencart template is on jquery for things such as the menu, which could be done entirely in css
Would CSS be able to support the majority of browsers?

From a tech. perspective its always great to use the better technologies or support the better browsers, however this goes contrary to the business perspective - I want it to work on all browsers and devices my customers use.


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Post by Arno882 » Thu Dec 13, 2012 2:23 am

avantprime wrote:
Arno882 wrote::-) will test it tonight! thank you , applause maybe tonight for you ahhaha
Any luck?
Yep, that's why the long applause :-)
now i can start building thanks!


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Post by rwalker » Mon Feb 18, 2013 2:12 pm

Copying the code into the common.js worked...... Kinda.

I am using 1.5.1 . The sub categories will show but then when scrolled back over they go back to the original nub

Anyone else see this?

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Post by shaunycc » Fri Mar 15, 2013 8:08 am

Hey rwalker did you find a solution for this?

I'm running 1.5.2.1 and having the same issue


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Post by rwalker » Sat Mar 16, 2013 8:57 am

I have not. I am not experienced enough with CSS to make a full menu.

However there is an extension for the admin side:
http://www.opencart.com/index.php?route ... search=css

It can probably be dissected and translated to the front end.

I will attempt it again next week.

PS I officially dislike IE

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Post by lecortec » Mon Mar 18, 2013 1:53 am

avantprime

Thanks...This works perfectly for 1.5.2.1, this was driving me crazy.


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Post by eWarrior » Thu Apr 04, 2013 8:52 am

avantprime wrote:I have had a go an it seems IE10 needs the same fix as IE7.
Nice work posting a fix, but is there any reason why you didn't just use the OR operator?

Rather than repeating the same function, I simply changed...

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if ($.browser.version <= 7) {
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if ($.browser.version <= 7 || $.browser.version == 10) {
Either way, both solutions seem to fix this issue. :D


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