Any Issues with IE 10?

  • Bill_Thompson
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Post 3+ Months Ago

Has anyone had any issues with Microsoft Internet Explorer 10?
I got a call from someone who said that he could not use a drop-down window on a web page I manage after he upgraded to Internet Explorer 10.

If my memory serves me, it is not possible to have two versions of IE on a computer (which is what I would like to do to test this). Is that right?

Also, is it possible to uninstall and reinstall Internet Explorer?
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Post 3+ Months Ago

If it's a public page, post the URL here and I can try and repro the issue on IE10.

Unfortunately, IE cannot be uninstalled as it's an integral part of Windows.
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Post 3+ Months Ago

It runs jQuery/JavaScript animations really smoothly and well (the big thing I like about it), like way better than firefox or chrome. However, I've still found a few problems with it. It has a lot less crossbrowser CSS issues than the previous versions.
One I found was the hover effect in CSS. Just a simple

div#example:hover
{
cursor:pointer;
}

didn't work on one of my pages. There are a couple more I can't remember right off hand.
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Post 3+ Months Ago

Kurthead+1 wrote:
One I found was the hover effect in CSS. Just a simple

div#example:hover
{
cursor:pointer;
}

didn't work on one of my pages. There are a couple more I can't remember right off hand.


This is off topic, but cross browser compliant code such as:

Code: [ Select ]
div#example {
  cursor: pointer;
  cursor: hand;
}
  1. div#example {
  2.   cursor: pointer;
  3.   cursor: hand;
  4. }


Will most likely address that issue.

For the issue this thread is about:

Quote:
Also, is it possible to uninstall and reinstall Internet Explorer?


I believe you can by going to Control Panel, then Programs and Features, then View Installed Updates. Scroll down to find Internet Explorer 10 and right click and uninstall it. After it uninstalls I also believe it will revert to Internet Explorer 9 automatically, he won't have to re-install it.

I haven't had any issues with IE10, however I only use it for cross-browser compliance checking. I typically use Firefox for everything.

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