Hi, following the instructions of Nelson, I´m going to post my actual problem with some browsers:
I have done a website with webflow (www.janadasilva.com) and the parallax effect that I did in the home page is no displaying correctly in Firefox and Explorer (it displays correct in Chrome, Safari and Ipad). How can I fix the parallax effect on Firefox and Explorer without to affect the other browsers?
Thanks so much for your help.
Jana Da Silva
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Thanks in advance!
Hi @janads, thanks for the post. I did a quick test on www.janadasilva.com on IE and Firefox for mac, and it is working for me are you on mac or pc ? what version of operating system and what version of browser are you using?
I did not see any code errors on the page either in the console. Cheers, Dave
Hi! Thanks so much for all replays, so sorry PixelGeek, I didn’t see the email that noticed your replay. And thanks so much cyberdave to check my browser issue. I have an OX 10.8 and from this I can see the parallax effect correct at Safari an Chrome, but Firefox display wrong (attached screener). And for Explorer I’m usisng a simulator and this one display the same issue than in Firefox.
I attache as well how it looks in chrome (the correct display of the parallax effect)
Hi @janads, sorry for the long delay in reply, Could you share the site read-only link: http://help.webflow.com/faq/general/how-do-i-share-my-sites-read-only-link, I am happy to take a look and look if I can find out what is happening.
Hi @janads, thanks I am taking a look
Hi @cyberdave, any news on this?
Hi @janads, thanks for the followup. I have been looking into this, but I do not have a solution for you yet. It is possible the container that holds the scene might be causing an issue in FF and IE.
Could you try to make a duplicate of the site, and then instead of putting the parallax scene in a container, could you use a div instead and do the following:
a. Set the width to 75%
b. Set the div to left and right margin set to auto
Here is the actual page for this plugin, I think it would be a good idea to post about this trouble there as well, since the plugin is supported from that page:
This might be a related issue: https://github.com/wagerfield/parallax/issues/84
I am continuing to investigate, but as of right now, I do not have a solution for this.
Hi @janads, a couple more things for you to try with a duplicate copy of the original site:
- Give the section containing the scene, a height of 100%
- Give the container a height of 100% and position relative:
- Give the Scene class a height and width of 100% and position set to absolute.
I do not know if that will work, as it need to be published…
Thanks so much @cyberdave , I’ll follow your instructions and I’ll let you know the result.
Thanks and regards,
Jana Da Silva