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Google+1 and Stumbleupon behave badly in IE

Thread began 2/25/2012 12:37 am by ccooper309155 | Last modified 2/29/2012 8:42 pm by ccooper309155 | 1415 views | 9 replies


Tried it and it worked for the most part.

In IE9, it now works as it should.

In IE8, Google+ appears but StumbleUpon is still missing (but I can live with that).

In IE7, neither appear but no biggie.

I also improved on your fix as I preferred it when it was a hover event than a click event.

To this end, I changed onClick to onMouseOver.

I added a "toggleUnSocial" function to your script and added an onMouseOut trigger to the link.

Then I moved both the onMouseOver and onMouseOut triggers from the link to the div with the wasocial class like so:

<div class="wasocial" onMouseOver="toggleSocial();" onMouseOut="toggleUnSocial();">

The result is here:


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