australia.com : User is not able to select options from the left section of the page as it is misaligned.

Site Outreach Issue #11945418 • Assigned to Kelly Y.

Details

Created
May 9, 2017
Privacy
This issue is public.
Found in build #
14.14383
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Steps to reproduce

Repro Steps:

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  1. Navigate to URL: http://www.australia.com/en-us/explore.html

2.  Try to select some options (Cities ,Iconic Destinations ,Itineraries ,Flying times) for  “Holidays in Australia” present on the top menu bar.

Actual:

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 User is not able to select options from the left section of the page as it is misaligned.

Expected Result:

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 User should be able to select options from the left section of the page as observed on Chrome.

 

 

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    • Microsoft Edge Team

      Changed Assigned To to “ecoengie”

      Changed Status to “Site Outreach”

      Changed Assigned To from “ecoengie” to “Kelly Y.”

      Changed Steps to Reproduce

    •   The Edge team has investigated and this issue is caused by the fact that the Australia.com website serves Edge unique content thinking that it’s IE11. The check for IE11 is done in map-main.js using the following code:

      var ie11Styles = [‘msTextCombineHorizontal’];

      // Test IE11 properties
      for (var i = 0; i < ie11Styles.length; i++) {
          property = ie11Styles[i];

          if (s[property] != undefined) {
              ieVersion = "ie11";
          }
      }

      if (ieVersion) {
          b.className = ieVersion;
      }

      This causes the body elements in one of the container iframes on the page to have a class of 'ie11’, whereas in Chrome, the body tag has several classnames: ‘ccm-view-mode page-lang-default font-english frame mode-embedded’

      Replacing the ‘ie11’ classname in Edge with the classnames that are added in Chrome causes the content to render correctly. 

       

      We have reached out to the site owners to fix this issue. 

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