Has anyone had compatibility issues viewing pages built with the Mega Menu stack on Internet Explorer? More importantly - is there a workaround?
Yes, I know IE is the worst imaginable browser and having it unceremoneously dumped onto the scrapheap of history would be the finest thing ever to happen for the future of the Internet … but unfortunately there are still lots of users, particularly in the corporate space. Hence I need to allow for it.
The problem I’m experiencing is the stack immediately below Mega Menu is being shunted off to the right hand side of the page. However, if I scroll down the page just a fraction, it auto-magically pops back. This seems to happen irrespective of the stack that I have immediately below Mega Menu. It’s happened with the Foundry Banner stack, and with the Big White Duck “Sections Pro” stack (which I eventually ended up using in place of the Thunderpack Backdrop and Sections stacks).
- I’ve tested IE 11 on Windows 8, which has this issue.
- Chrome on Windows 8 seems fine
- I’m unsure if Microsoft Edge has the same problem as I don’t currently have a machine to test with. But I assume the problem is purely IE.
See screenshots below
Page being tested is: https://pantanalescapes.com/test/carnaval.html
Scrolling down a bit, the graphic pops back into place.
Same issue happens with the Foundry Banner stack.
Page is: https://pantanalescapes.com/test/
Viewing in Chrome is fine.
If I REMOVE Mega Menu, then view in Internet Explorer, the graphic appears in the right place. Hence my suspicion that this is the source of the compatibility issue.
Page is: https://pantanalescapes.com/test/carnaval-nomenu.html
Coincidentally, even when viewing in Chrome on my Mac (Mojave) I’ve noticed that the graphics initially appear on the right-hand side, then very quickly snap into the correct place a moment later. Hence I think there might be something behind the scenes with HTML/css code that’s correctly formatting the display in most browsers but which is missing in IE.
If anyone has any ideas for workarounds it would be appreciated. I don’t particularly like IE but I figure that I need to support it.