Hello guys, recently i've update my website to php7.0, I'm runing some low minify CSS and JS. I encounter some css problems in Firefox & Internet Explorer with the all UI. Any idea what causes this problem and how can be solve it please? With Chrome broswer works perfectly. Cheers, really appreciate ur help. The website its: https://optimac.ro/

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I'm having a terrible time foguring out Internet Explorer and its two versions. I pinned it to the taskbar, but when I click it, it opens a second icon running the 64 bit version of IE. Clicking links in emails and external applications opens the link properly in my pinned icon, but clicking on the 32-bit icon itself opens the 64-bit program. http://i48.tinypic.com/23uwjlg.jpg

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If you're not yet among the percentage of the population people using Mozilla's Firefox browser, which by [url=http://www.w3schools.com/browsers/browsers_stats.asp]one count[/url] stands at 47.5 percent, perhaps the anniversary of its launch will give you cause. Yesterday was Firefox's fifth birthday, and its market share with co-leader Internet Explorer by [url=http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Usage_share_of_web_browsers]many counts[/url] continues to grow while Microsoft's continues to shrink. First released on Nov. 9, 2004, Firefox is now used by more than 330 million people worldwide, [url=http://www.mozilla.com/en-US/press/ataglance.html]according to Mozilla.org[/url], which itself reports Firefox market share at 24.7 percent, according to October 2009 numbers from netapplications .com, which researches market share. In fact, …

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Hi, I'm looking for some code to enable me to force a link in Sea Monkey to open in IE.

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Hi. I don't know where the problem is. The next codes is working on Google Chome but not in IE. I haven't tested yet on Firefox. function.js [CODE]function getSheetCount() { var xmlhttp; if (window.XMLHttpRequest){ xmlhttp=new XMLHttpRequest(); } else { xmlhttp=new ActiveXObject("Microsoft.XMLHTTP"); } xmlhttp.onreadystatechange=function() { if (xmlhttp.readyState==4 && xmlhttp.status==200) { var txt = xmlhttp.responseText; for(i=0; i<parseInt(txt); i++){ document.getElementById('sheetNo').innerHTML+="<option value=\""+ i +"\">"+(i+1)+"</option>"; } } } xmlhttp.open("GET","excelreader.php",true); xmlhttp.send(); } [/CODE] excelreader.php [CODE]<?php error_reporting(E_ALL); require_once 'Classes/PHPExcel.php'; $inputFileName = 'rf1.xls'; $objPHPExcel = PHPExcel_IOFactory::load($inputFileName); echo $objPHPExcel->getSheetCount(); ?> [/CODE] index [CODE]<label>Sheet no:</label><select name="sheetNo" id="sheetNo"></select>[/CODE] I tried prompting a dialog box on getSheetCount and it shows this error …

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Dear All, Thanks for your interest, i want to develop a plugin for internet explorer (6 to onward) in C#. Kindly guide me in this regard.

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Hi, I have set of html pages that are installed locally on machine. I want to make ajax call to local files. In Firefox everything works fine. IE is able to load html pages through ajax call but not able to load xml document. Chrome doesn't support ajax call locally...and I don't care about it. I need it to work on IE & firefox. Can anyone help me out. Thanks

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I cannot get IE to cooperate with displaying an embedded Windows Media Player on a web page. The [icode]<embed>[/icode] tag works for other browsers, but I am having no luck with IE. I am running the code within a Joomla! module on the Gantry Zephyr template. The following code snippet was copied and modified from one of a dozen similar online resources, all of which claim to have the solution. None have worked. Any enlightenment would be greatly appreciated. [CODE] <div> <p style="float: left; padding-top: 25px;"> <object standby="Loading Microsoft Windows Media Player components..." codebase="http://activex.microsoft.com/activex/controls/mplayer/en/nsmp2inf.cab#Version=5,1,52,701" classid="clsid:6bf52a52-394a-11d3-b153-00c04f79faa6" type="application/x-mplayer2" height="44" width="320"> <param name="fileName" …

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[ATTACH=left]16673[/ATTACH]We got the news in our Firefox browsers this week that a beta release of the next version of Microsoft's stodgy Internet Explorer is due out September 15th. In Redmond's classic trying-too-hard style, the launch will come at an invitation-only event in San Francisco, according to [URL="http://www.pcmag.com/article2/0,2817,2367787,00.asp"]PC Magazine[/URL]. The invitation site for the event features some snazzy HTML5 coding action, including an animated word game. The invitations went out less than ten days after Microsoft released its [URL="http://ie.microsoft.com/testdrive/"]fourth preview[/URL] of the new IE platform at the beginning of August. The company has been touting the speed advantages of background compiled …

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Hello all, Recently I discovered Anti-Malware Doctor on my computer. It said there were 32 viruses, etc but I didn't remember installing it so I got out Norton 360, found it was the virus, and got it deleted. However, now Firefox works and Norton doesn't... And I am at a loss as to why. Moreover, Norton won't connect to the internet, meaning it will expire in 30 dyas even with me using the product key. Thinking that if I reinstalled explorer,the problem would solve itself i attempted to do just that. However, it wouldn't let itself do so. Dowloaded Vista …

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Hi, Im having problems when using the header("Location: filename?args") function to act as a swf file. It works with firefox but not with Internet Explorer. [CODE] <object id="flashfile_obj" type="application/x-shockwave-flash" data="get_file.php?name=<?=urlencode("test.swf?&test_to_swf=1")?>" width="900" height="500"> <param name="movie" value="get_file.php?name=<?=urlencode("test.swf?&test_to_swf=1")?>"/> <param name="quality" value="high" /> <param name="wmode" value="transparent" /> <param name="base" value="_dir" /> </object> [/CODE] The file get_file.php has the code: [CODE] <?php header("Location: ".$_REQUEST["name"]); ?> [/CODE] It works on firefox but not in Internet Explorer. The flash is loaded but the argument is not passed. Any ideas? note: i've added 3 files to anyone who wants to check the problem Thanks

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I have a assembled a background image for an online book club to make a bookshelf. In Firefox, the sides line up properly, but in IE7+8, they don't: Here is the site: [URL="http://www.westlakelibrary.org/emilysbookshelf"]http://www.westlakelibrary.org/emilysbookshelf[/URL] Here is the relevant css: [CODE] div#emilybookclub #galleryblock table.view-grid-emily_gallery { background: transparent url('/sites/www.westlakelibrary.org.emilysbookshelf/files/images/woodgrain.jpg') repeat; margin-left:10px; } div#emilybookclub #galleryblock td.view-grid-item .view-data-comment-count { height: 20px; } div.view-emily-gallery table.view-grid-emily_gallery .view-data-comment-count, div.view-emily-gallery table.view-grid-emily_gallery .view-field-name { height: 20px; } div.view-emily-gallery table.view-grid-emily_gallery { background: url('/sites/www.westlakelibrary.org.emilysbookshelf/files/images/woodgrain.jpg') repeat; } table.view-grid-emily_gallery tr { background: url('/sites/www.westlakelibrary.org.emilysbookshelf/files/images/shelfedge2.jpg') repeat-x; background-position: bottom; } div#emilybookclub #galleryblock table.view-grid-emily_gallery tr td, table.view-grid-emily_gallery tr td { height: 310px; width:100px; } div.view-emily-gallery div.view-data-cover-link { background: …

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My page is not displaying correctly in Internet Explorer. Its displays properly in all other browsers. The issue: Internet Explorer When the page is loaded-- Internet Explorer places DIV tags between the the <LI> elements on my page and in other areas of the controls which have been dynamically added to a placeholder on the child form during page load. The first <UL> element on the list has an ID assigned. The java-script functions correctly on the first <LI> element but does not get to the rest as <DIV> tags have been placed between them breaking up the nodes. Opera, …

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OK, this is a European story mainly but I do believe it'll be of value to the American readership here (which I assume is the majority). Basically thanks to pressure from the European Union, on Tuesday Microsoft made it clear to all European users that they could choose between web browsers rather than sticking with Internet Explorer. There have been a few comments. Some people have complained that some of the choices for alternatives are basically re-branded IE as [URL="http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/technology/8545237.stm"]this story from the BBC[/URL] explains. I was so perplexed at the thought of everyone thinking this was revolutionary that I …

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Hi Everyone, I have been coming to this site for a while to get help with some minor things in the past, but now I have a strange issue that doesn't seem to have a solution anywhere. Lest start by giving you a link to the page in question: [URL="https://www.ecooutdoorsports.com/prod_4.php?cat=women&sub=0&fsub=&class=20.74&id=AFCZ254REG&pdname=WOMEN%27S+CAPPELLO+CORD+SKIRT-REG+F09&vendor=TNF#"]https://www.ecooutdoorsports.com/prod_4.php?cat=women&sub=0&fsub=&class=20.74&id=AFCZ254REG&pdname=WOMEN%27S+CAPPELLO+CORD+SKIRT-REG+F09&vendor=TNF#[/URL] This is a test version of my company's product page. the whole site was built in house by someone else quite a while ago, and doesnt really follow web standards. Since the product page is probably the most important, I am trying to tackle the task of bringing the site …

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I have an .exe that I want people to be able to download and run on Vista. It needs to run as admin. I have a web page with a 'Download' button. Assume I am logged in as an admin. I click the 'Download' button and IE8 asks whether to Run or Save. I choose 'Run'. The program is downloaded and started by IE 8. But it does not start as admin or ask the user if it's OK to run as admin. What do I need to do to make it ask? I'm not looking for a workaround for …

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Microsoft is tweaking the number of features that can be turned off in [URL="http://www.daniweb.com/blogs/entry3766.html"]Windows 7[/URL], with the latest beta build adding [URL="http://www.daniweb.com/blogs/entry2606.html"]Internet Explorer 8[/URL] to the killswitch list according Microsoft Product Manager, Jack Mayo. In the official Microsoft Windows Engineering Blog, Mayo [URL="http://blogs.msdn.com/e7/archive/2009/03/06/beta-to-rc-changes-turning-windows-features-on-or-off.aspx"]says[/URL] "If a feature is deselected, it is not available for use. This means the files (binaries and data) are not loaded by the operating system (for security-conscious customers) and not available to users on the computer." However it is important to note that the files are actually just staged, meaning the feature that has been killed can …

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Here we go again. The European Union (hello from Europe, everyone!) is once again complaining that Microsoft is abusing its market leadership position by continuing to put Internet Explorer into Windows. I can halfway see the point, but I don't think they're right. The way I explained it to my mother, whoi thought Microsoft was just in trouble for being successful (and that can be how it looks, to the uninitiated) was that it's like a wallpaper manufacturer being really successful, capturing 90 per cent or more of the market and then insisting on putting wallpaper paste/glue in with every …

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Oh terrific. Just when we thought things were winding down for the festive season, Microsoft users are advised not to use Internet Explorer until a major security vulnerability is plugged. Clearly I agree, but I'd add a second plea - when you've cross-graded to Chrome, Firefox, Opera or whatever else, stay with it. This isn't because I believe Microsoft should be toppled from its pole position in the market. I'm not one of those; I hear plenty from people who hate MS and forget that the fact you can hire people for an office job and not worry about training …

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Wasting little time coming out of the long US Labor Day weekend, Google released a shiny new browser aptly called [URL="http://googleblog.blogspot.com/2008/09/fresh-take-on-browser.html"]Chrome[/URL]. Why on earth would the world need another browser at this point in the history of the internet is unclear, especially another open source entry, but one thing is crystal clear, Google took a direct shot at the bow of Microsoft and Apple yesterday and [URL="http://www.daniweb.com/blogs/entry2503.html"]the battle for world domination [/URL]continues unabated. Whether the market will bear yet another browser is an open question, but it seems that for Google, this is more than a browser war, it's a …

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Google's new venture will go public as most of you are reading this (assuming 'most of you' means our American readers, who I assume are a substantial majority). Google is going to [URL="http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/technology/7593106.stm"]release a browser.[/URL] It's called Chrome and it's going to be geared towards the things we all want to do with our Internet systems - videos, downloads, you know the sort of thing. Except...kind of...video already works on my system (particularly now that the Internet's working on it again, sprung back to life this morning with no real expectation, I have broadband again, whoopdedoo) and so does audio. …

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According to the official Microsoft Developer Network [URL="http://blogs.msdn.com/ie/default.aspx"]IEBlog[/URL] Internet Explorer 8 will come packed with a whole host of new security features. These will include the SmartScreen Filter which replaces the Phishing Filter in current versions of the browser. Eric Lawrence, Program Manager for Internet Explorer Security says that this will be "a replacement that improves upon the Phishing Filter in a number of important ways" which include: [LIST] [*]Improved user interface [*]Faster performance [*]New heuristics & enhanced telemetry [*]Anti-Malware support [*]Improved Group Policy support [/LIST] There is also going to be better cross-site scripting (XSS) defenses courtesy of IE8 …

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Yes, I'm afraid it's true; Firefox is the most popular browser out there. Standing at this moment at over 11.5 millions downloads since its production release Tuesday, June 17. How can I make such a sweeping statement? It is the most popular browser ever because of the number of voluntary downloads. Firefox doesn't come standard on any OS--although a few Linux distributions package it in by default. (Note the word [I]voluntary[/I] above. Internet Explorer may enjoy more installations but it's shoved onto every Windows computer by default and you really have no choice in the matter). Wow, I'm overwhelmed with …

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It's up there now and according to the [URL="http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/technology/7457503.stm"]BBC[/URL] its makers want it to be the most downloaded software in its first 24 hours ever. [URL="http://www.mozilla.com/en-US/firefox/"]Firefox 3[/URL] is now available for public download, although the final release candidate has been so close to commercial standard you wouldn't be able to see much difference. Personally I've adopted it as my browser of choice after using the final release candidate for about a week. It's solid, it's reliable anjd it does things I like - tabbed browsing is of course a given by now, but its memory of where you've been - …

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Following announcements at the [URL="http://www.microsoft.com/events/teched2008/itpro/default.mspx"]Microsoft Tech Ed IT Professionals 2008[/URL] conference in Orlando this week, it would appear that Internet Explorer 8 will concentrate on getting things right for the business user. This means a focus on deployment issues, a focus on improving compatibility and updates to the IE admin kit. Microsoft product managers writing on the official [URL="http://blogs.msdn.com/ie/archive/2008/06/11/what-s-coming-in-internet-explorer-8-for-it-professionals.aspx"]IEBlog[/URL] have confirmed some of the measures that are to be taken in order to "help IT Professionals deploy and manage IE8 within their organization." As a result of questioning more than 2000 IT professionals over the course of the last year, …

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Well, it looks like the latest installment of Microsoft's browser, IE8, is now [url=http://www.microsoft.com/windows/products/winfamily/ie/ie8/readiness/Install.htm]available for download[/url] in beta status. While I'm not daring enough to give it a go myself, word on the street is that, while Microsoft boasts it passes the ACID2 test, it renders most sites rather awkwardly, to the point of being unusable for regular web browsing. (It leaves a sour taste when you consider that their main push is adhering to standards and compliancy.) To add insult to injury, while MS is off boasting that IE8 is CSS2 compliant, they seem to ignore the fact that …

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[URL="http://www.mozilla.org"]Mozilla[/URL] has hit the 400 million downloads mark for the Firefox web browser client since it was officially launched in November 2004, a rise of 56 percent in the last 12 months alone. Of course, updates, reinstalls and trials are all included in download figures which have little real world impact upon the only statistic that really matters: market share based upon usage. Again, Mozilla will tell you, and indeed told me, that it commands a 28 percent market share across Europe according to the latest figures from [URL="http://Xitimonitor.com"]XiTiMonitor[/URL] which also reveals that Internet Explorer enjoys a 66.5 percent share …

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It all started late in 1998 when the European Commission received a complaint from Sun Microsystems arguing that Microsoft had refused, perhaps understandably, to provide the information they had requested that would enable the Solaris OS to interoperate with Windows PCs. In less than 2 years the EU had charged Microsoft with withholding technical information in order to maintain dominance of the server software market, and within a year also charged with violating antitrust laws by wrapping WMP into the OS so tightly as to try and squeeze RealPlayer out of the market. Fast forward to March 2004 and the …

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