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SharePoint 2013 - Responsive SharePoint Design Issues with IE8 and @media tags

UPDATE:  After looking at this again, the answer is yes, I must have been doing something silly.  Guessing the page was not fully refreshing after checking in the Master Page with the changes or something like that, as I haven't changed anything to get it to work, just re-downloaded & re-added the respond.js files.

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I've been spending some time with the Responsive SharePoint solution I found on CodePlex here: https://responsivesharepoint.codeplex.com/

and have come across an issue that I am yet to resolve when using Internet Exploer 8 (IE8) to view the page.

Using: Bootstrap-3-server.master

Issue: When using IE8, the top navigation defaults to the mobile view even when full screen (wider than 768px). This is due (i think) to IE8 not reading the .navbar-toggle inside a @media tag, which when wider than 768px, is hidden via display:none. 


Normally, for a solution using bootstrap, to resolve issues with the @media css tag, they ask that you use respond.js which allows IE8 to use @media tags successfully.


I have saved the respond.js file locally on the server and referenced it within the bootstrap-3-master master page but the @media tags are still not being found by IE8.


Has anyone else had/solved this issue? Could it be something silly I'm doing wrong here?



Comments

  1. It should work. I have been doing the same thing.
    But be sure to include the Respond.min.js not the Uncompressed one.
    Uncompressed Respond.js didn't work for me.

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  2. Hi Bibek,
    Thanks for getting me to look at this again. I'd given up. I just did some tests then and now it works fine in IE8... haha. I'm guessing I must have had some trouble with the page not doing a full refresh after checking in changes, but yep, works perfectly now.

    thanks a lot!

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