HELP – MENU ISSUE with IE

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    vrobertspress
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    I can not provide my URL because the site I am building is internal to my company, inside the firewall.

    PROBLEM: Using IE 10. The menu shows from top to bottom instead of right to left causing the header bar to grow is height covering most of the home page screen. Chrome and Firefox do not exhibit same problem. I switched theme to genesis framework and the same thing happens, but then when i switch to Twenty Fourteen or Twenty Twelve it works just fine.

    The issue seems to be specific to Genesis. Agency child and genesis framework themes have the same problem.
    Twenty Thirteen and Twenty Twelve dont seem to have the problem.
    I am using Genesis 2.0.2

    Am going to try Centric to see if happens with that theme. I have a feeling it’s it may be genesis code specific, rather than child code specific.. but i’m not the experts.. you guys are :).

    THANK YOU in advance for any help you can provide. I was supposed to go live with this next week.. urgh..

    #104912

    Lauren @ OnceCoupled
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    How are the menus styled? If the li items are displayed inline-block (rather than floated) you may need to trigger hasLayout:

    display: inline-block;
    *display: inline;
    zoom: 1;

    Best,
    Lauren


    I do custom WordPress work! http://oncecoupled.com
    Contact me directly: lauren@oncecoupled.com

    #104922

    vrobertspress
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    Thank you. It’s working now.

    I tried re-uploading the genesis.zip file from the dashboard, and it said “cant install, folder exists”.

    But after that it start working. Mysterious.

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