Overlay Issues in IE/Edge

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MJ1
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Hello all. I am a newer user to HubSpot. My website is currently rendering correctly in FireFox/Chrome but the different modules are not overlaying correctly in IE/Edge only.

 

The website is www.setra.com

 

The elements on the page are stacking instead of overlaying on these browsers. Am I missing a simple CSS edit here? Thanks and I can provide more information if needed.

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edjusten
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Hi @MJ1  It appears that there are some java issues that are causing this to happen. 

 

In the file located here: 

 

https://cdn2.hubspot.net/hub/211498/hub_generated/style_manager/1429209811504/custom/page/web_page_b...

 

you have an undefined function on Line 18:

 

$(...).mixItUp

 

If we block that function the background images resolve correctly in the edit version of your page (the version of the page in the HubSpot editor). 

 

Let's start by defining that function so that background images show correctly in the editor, then republish to see if it shows correctly in Edge.  

 

Please let me konw if this works correctly for you.

 

Thank you,

Ed 


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edjusten
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Hi @MJ1  It appears that there are some java issues that are causing this to happen. 

 

In the file located here: 

 

https://cdn2.hubspot.net/hub/211498/hub_generated/style_manager/1429209811504/custom/page/web_page_b...

 

you have an undefined function on Line 18:

 

$(...).mixItUp

 

If we block that function the background images resolve correctly in the edit version of your page (the version of the page in the HubSpot editor). 

 

Let's start by defining that function so that background images show correctly in the editor, then republish to see if it shows correctly in Edge.  

 

Please let me konw if this works correctly for you.

 

Thank you,

Ed 


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MJ1
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Thank you! You pointed me in the right direction. So the reference to that file was "http" and we are using SSL. So all I had to do was change that file you referenced to https and it worked. Thanks!

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