Imo IE7+ should be in that list and so you need access to those browsers to test and/or develop your web pages using a decent IDE like Netbeans and/or the developer Read this answer in context 1 Question tools Get email updates when anybody replies. If you set up the Flash fallback for older versions of Firefox it would be highly appreciated. (Im not sure since what version of firefox the HTML5 webcam works) Thank you! So how can we fix it? his comment is here
While pretty intrusive, these initiatives can at least inform people that there are alternatives to using IE6 ! What went wrong and what could have been done better? Reply Jonathan T. var x = "abc"; var c = x; In a real browser, c is set to "c"; in IE, another unhelpful error message.
Our merchants keep turning into villains! In Chrome and IE 8/9 only the header shows up on the right column at www.groenerekenkamer.nl. This should help solve a lot of issues and problems that IE presents when trying to render the […] Reply Web Standards, Accessibility & More » HTML 5 Resources says: August jhuckaby closed this Mar 14, 2014 JeronimoBurgers commented Oct 6, 2014 Hi, I tested in FF R32 but do get the same error "Webcam.js Error: Could not access webcam" once I
emisand commented Mar 14, 2014 Now it works in IE 11. WebcamJS is working just fine on my Win7/IE11 machine. If you have an example of this working, then I'll update the post. Related 1Same page looks great in Firefox & crome But Not in IE81Why does XFBML work everywhere but in Chrome?1 link color CSS not working for Chrome/Firefox/IE/Safari etc9Google Chrome for Mac,
So it goes. Now I am fealing very lucky !! When I search for something in Chrome/FireFox "Flight" I get the results page. I am running into the exact same problems with IE 8 (video loading forever), but if I add the param suggested in #5, IE 8 loads just fine.
All rights reserved. this content This is actually the same issue that we had before HTML 5, where the element couldn't be styled in IE 6, resulting in all manner of workarounds. (Let me add If I click at Take Snapshot I get: "Webcam.js Error: Webcam is not loaded yet" So this is only working in Chrome for now. IE is the worst browser on the planet.
In a way, it's understandable: when the script in the page was written in August 2004, Firefox was at version 0.9.3 and IE had a market share of 90% or higher. Let's start with Internet Explorer. Thanks. weblink Reply Sven says: June 29, 2009 at 8:48 am Actually, & is a bad example for an invalid HTML entity because it is also a XML entity and every parser should
I'll change the article to correct it. However, I'm glad I didn't. It already includes the creation of all HTML5 specific tags and allows to easily find out what HTML5 features the browser supports.
I only know enough to be dangerous however – is there any milage investigating a solution that follows this route at all?
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Good idea, I went ahead and did that. share|improve this answer answered Feb 5 '11 at 13:15 Rob 9,64062442 Good catch. How to get HTML5 working in IE and Firefox 2 […] Reply 使用HTML5制作网页 [翻译] | 大染志 says: July 27, 2010 at 9:20 am […] 这儿有两个方法来处理这个bug，没有一个是理想的。更多的细节请查看HTML5doctor的这篇文章。这篇文章同时附有一个让所有HTML 5元素都生效的方便脚本。 […] Reply Site of the Flash needs the page to be hosted on a remote server (with an http:// address) to access the camera. Sign up for free to join this conversation on GitHub.
I have tried older versions of IE and also IE7 but the problems persist Member Search page (jquery sliders not working properly) In the Advanced search - linked from the button Step 2: Enable SCRIPT_DEBUG You need to turn on script debugging. That should have read: If you create the new element, and don’t use a
tag (which is perfectly valid), IE will put all those created elements inside the tag. says: July 17, 2009 at 4:14 pm […] point sur les avantages et inconvénients de ces deux techniques, voici l'excellent article How to get HTML5 working in IE and Firefox 2
If the Gecko build is less than 1.9, then we need to set the Content-type header to application/xhtml+xml. Although in retrospect it probably would have been helpful to release it since we've had to delay the update for so long. In Firefox 29.0.1, on the same machine, it displays the background picture, and an animated gif shows a little action. Geez!
It's safe to assume that Camino 1 commands an even smaller percentage of the market. I now get a different error when trying to use pager in IE 7 or 8, Firefox is OK on both test and live sites Can someone explain to me what