Just loaded penhart.com to a paid host. All is well in all browers except IE7, both Mac & PC don't show content.
I tried to test and yes its not loading the contents in IE7
Its working fine for all other browsers including IE8/9 .
Please upgrade the browser as IE7 is an old browser and we recommend to use latest (updated ) versions.
While I agree that people should update their browswers, that is not really a viable solution. We cannot control the browsers people use to view our sites. Simply having the designer update his or her browser doesnt solve the issue, it ignores the problem. So more importantly does Muse create sites that work in IE7? IE6?
...Please upgrade the browser as IE7 is an old browser and we recommend to use latest (updated ) versions.
What browsers will my Adobe Muse designs be compatible with?
Adobe Muse creates cross-browser-compatible code for you so that you can focus on your design. The Adobe Muse team currently tests and optimizes output for the following browsers:
- Firefox 11 for Mac OS and Windows®
- Internet Explorer 7, 8, and 9 for Windows
- Apple Safari 5 for Mac OS
- Chrome for Mac OS and Windows
While IE7 usage is reportedly below IE6 usage (NetMarketShare currently reports IE6 at 7.11% and IE7 at 4.14% usage), Adobe needs to sort itself out to convey a singular marketing message.
We really should get rid of IE7. IE updates are pushed through Windows Update and are hard to avoid. Those with IE7 are likely running an unpatched/unsecured computer. They deserve whatever security exploit falls to them, including broken web sites.
Could you please send your .muse file to muse-support at adobe.com with a link to this thread and ATTN:Andrew in the subject line so that we can take a look? Likely this is a known issue, but I would like to make sure.
Andrew, I just returned from vacation. Learning that IE7 is inferior and has less than a 5% usage is comforting. However, I would prefer my website design to be viewable 100% across all browsers. I will forward the file as requested. Thanks to all who replied. David
Thank you for sending the file, this issue has been filed and we are now tracking it. That said, this particular issue will not be resolved for the initial release in a few days.
What is causing the issue is actually a bug in IE 7 related to how it handles stacking elements on top of one another. It is being encountered in your case because of how we do processing for footer elements. There are a couple way to fix this:
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