Thank you Alex. Yes i did make it cross browser
Actually, I guess i did not because it doesnt seem to work in IE
I hope u guys didnt unsubscribe from this thread
Also i was wondering if there was a way one can detect if the browser is any ie under 9. Because apparently ie9 will have some css3 support.
I know that one can append styling based on if it is IE,
but i guess it could make more sense if i explain some things...
Sorry for not coding it myself.
So the first slide will be an introduction and the second slide will be this 360 degree view.
I know this may be something i have to ask the writer of the script, but is there a way that i can not have this script work if the browser is IE.
Because the second slide is the content that wont work in IE.
I guess i could somehow check if IE is the browser and if so disable or not link an essential js file to that script?
That way it will be stuck on displaying the first slide, which is just an intro of text and links.
I hope you guys can understand what I am talking about and I am willing to provide my code and further explanation if it helps.
In other words, the things i wanted you to help me with would be,
1.) fixing the script so it works in ie8 if possible ie7
by using optional css2 if necessary if IE
2.) How to sense the browser or if it is IE using JS or another method
Thanks in advance and Regards,