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#26395
Re:IE Issues resolved 5 Years, 9 Months ago Karma: 0
Good Morning stlucas!

I'm assuming that I'm to use the above snippet of code in place of the regular code.
I just tried and I think it's having an issue with the <!--[if IE]> statement.
Code:


<h1 style="text-align: center;">ARHA Developments under Resolution 830</h1>
<!--[if IE]> {aridoc engine="zoho" width="720" height="575"}iimages/stories/documents/aboutus/arhacommunities/ARHA Developments under Resolution 830.pdf{/aridoc} <![endif]--> <!--[if !IE]-->
<p>{aridoc engine="google" width="720" height="575"}images/stories/documents/aboutus/arhacommunities/ARHA Developments under Resolution 830.pdf{/aridoc}</p>
<!--[endif]-->

Last Edit: 2012/03/18 07:51 By baparks.
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#26401
Re:IE Issues resolved 5 Years, 9 Months ago Karma: 0
I did put the code in a HTML module.
I gave the module a fake position name, for instance something like ABC01

Then I made a article and the only thing I wrote in the article is
[loadposition ABC01]
and it works fine.

want to see it ?? geloveninleusden.nl/index.php/kerkaanbod
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#26650
Re:IE Issues resolved 5 Years, 8 Months ago Karma: 0
Good Morning!
First. Thank you for your assistance with this.
I'm still working on this work around as I seem to have 2 problems.

1st Issue. If I use the code below:

Code:

<![if IE]>
{aridoc engine="zoho" width="720" height="575"}images/stories/documents/departments/HR/Application Process.pdf{/aridoc}
<![endif]-->
<![if !IE]>
{aridoc engine="google" width="720" height="575"}images/stories/documents/departments/HR/Application Process.pdf{/aridoc}
<![endif]>



It DOES display in IE but I do not know how to get the pdf file to scale properly as it does in the Google viewer.


2nd Issue. Using the code above, when viewed in Chrome or Firefox I see BOTH viewers

Have YOU experenced these issues?
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