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    i’ve developed the page on chrome.

    the format is broken if i browse it on internet explorer

    please give me some helps

    the address is



    Can you give us more details please – I just tested it with IE and it seems to work fine for me:




    On IE9 there is a lot of problems with things not displaying correctly, on this theme. Especialy pictures. Maybe that is what he is reffering to?


    Hi runekjensen,

    Do you have an example of IE9 issues? I know there are some issues with IE8 at the moment, but I’ve not found any with IE9.




    I have developed a page on chrome.

    The format will be broken if I check it on Internet Explorer 8

    Another IE9, there is no way to use the 10 as is Windows XP.

    Please let me help

    When shopping for a description of the theme was written:

    Compatible Browsers IE8, IE9, IE10, Firefox, Safari, Opera, Chrome


    Please help me.



    Please open up /includes/admin/register-plugins.php and put two forward slashes in front of lines 22 and 24 so that they look like

    //require_once AVIA_PHP . '/class-tgm-plugin-activation.php';

    //add_action( 'tgmpa_register', 'avia_register_required_plugins' );




    I tried this fix, and it doesn’t appear to have fixed it for me. I am having multiple issues with IE8. All kinds of things are broken. HELP!!


    Hi rynleigh,

    Can you give us a specific list of issues you have on IE8? Please include a link to your website.




    of course:

    thank you.

    some of the buttons do not appear correctly on this page:

    on pages that should have two columns, like the 1st page section with the animated list, one column gets pushed below the other….

    the circle icons appear as squares as seen on the homepage.

    the background color on the layer slider stretches the width of the entire slide:

    that is all i can remember at the moment.

    thank you.



    Oh I read about VMI a long while ago, can’t remember what. Oh yeh, Thailand army has a lot of officers who are graduates from your school. Read it on flight to Bangkok and … But I digress.

    There’s something off on the site. I can’t put my finger on it, seems to be a delay somewhere as I am jumping between media queries, the mobile menu is just a tad slow than normal, and some things are not as smooth and stretchy (this is on Chrome) though visitors won’t notice that since they are in the same screen size, it’s unusual and may be part of the issues that show up on earlier IEs but are managed on Chrome.

    You have some errors

    Failed to load resource: the server responded with a status of 404 (Not Found)

    Blocked a frame with origin "" from accessing a frame with origin "". Protocols, domains, and ports must match.

    Second is Chrome nonsense error but first should be fixed. That’s a file for the fontello glyphs/fonts that create the icons in the theme its IE9+ . You probably don’t have the correct mime type in your .htaccess file for .woff file i would guess …

    You are running on IIS 7.5/2008 Server have 128meg wp/ram . Should be ok

    ===== <– this is how i am seeing this page through ie8 and xp (emulated). if you see it any differently can you post a screenshot like this? Well besides the two run on videos, a few missing backgrounds. missing toggles, and of course that 3d campus tour, website background, thingy below the menu,

    Your videos are messed up on Chrome even because the first one (push-ups training) is not in the same aspect ratio as the other 3. So it needs to be re-encoded in the same aspect ratios as the other 3, otherwise at best it will have black lines on two sides

    .avia-video iframe, .js_active .avia-iframe-wrap iframe, div .avia-video .avia-iframe-wrap {
    position: relative;
    width: 320px;
    height: 186px;

    try this css at the end of /css/custom.css

    I don’t have an ie8 but i think most of these can be fixed though not sure about the 3d tour, ie8 users are used to shades of grey and error messages just about anywhere they go online, so having complex animation will only confuse and bewilder them.




    Thanks Nick. I will try to address some of the solutions you suggested. Do you think the css will help the IE8 issues? Do you think there is a bigger issue with our WP permissions or installation?



    Hard to tell with any degree of accuracy -. I am going to install IE8 VM style, since all else lacks precision..Meanwhile you can get some background images going again by using this css solution … this assumes background image inside a <img src=”image url” class=”bg” tag. {
    /* Set rules to fill background */
    min-height: 100%;
    min-width: 1024px;

    /* Set up proportionate scaling */
    width: 100%;
    height: auto;

    /* Set up positioning */
    position: fixed;
    top: 0;
    left: 0;

    @media screen and (max-width: 1024px) { /* Specific to this particular image */ {
    left: 50%;
    margin-left: -512px; /* 50% */




    thanks nick. i will give it a whirl.

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