Looking for an experienced JS developer to help fix an internet Explorer bug that we are facing.
We have identified the issues below that we need help to resolve:
- SVG’s are squished in IE 11 and below. (now fixed)
-- Inserting the inline SVG code to [login to view URL] (this is to fix issues with img tags scaling .svg files wrong in IE) then removes all animations from ScrollMagic.
- No animation in IE 11 and below.
-- This is due to the script that loads in the inline SVGs, the animations stopped working after this.
- Out of alignment .motion-holder DIVs in IE11 and below.
-- Altering these broke Desktop and other browsers. They were aligned too high and now are just fully out of alignment in different bands.
- Objects inside of some animations are not aligned as they are in other browsers (Chrome/MSEdge/Safari etc. all work fine - just IE11 and below that are not working).
For successful bidders we will send the link to the current test version (so you can test Chrome vs Internet Explorer)
**Important** - This is going to be placed on the client website within an iframe, so any amends need to be compatible with the limitations of iframes in mind.
**Important** - The mobile version switches to a static version (does not use ScrollMagic), so please ensure that any changes made to the desktop resolutions do not affect the mobile version.
14 freelance font une offre moyenne de $54/heure pour ce travail
If you convert animations to native SVG animations, you can work with the FakeSmile library. Otherwise, you will need to use IE11 - such as an animated GIF or something else.