Hello, I have a page with an embedded form that's giving me problems in IE only.
According to what I've read, IE doesn't support forEach. So what's the work-around for this?
Works fine in FF and Chrome, but of course IE is the browser we'll most likely have to accomodate.
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Which version/compatibility mode are you seeing this on? Do you have an example page where we could see this in action?
IE11. I've tried this on v8 compatibility and it looked hideous.
The problem manifests when you submit the form.
I can't seem to replicate this, though I'm trying to emulate from Edge and not IE11. I'll try again when I have access.
So it works for you in IE11?
When I submit I get stuck at the code I showed above. The URL shows the page along with a query string of all the form fields.
You don't get that?
Array#forEach was introduced in IE9. So you must have had something that was forcing you into IE8 mode. I doubt that had to do with the form.
We recently changed our marketo pages to ssl so that we could embed them on our secure site. Now it turns out the form do not show up at all on IE. I tried placing this code in the head tag of the template the the landing pages call on. But the forms still do not show up.
<meta http-equiv="X-UA-Compatible" content="IE=edge" />
The forms also do not show up on the iphone 5.
Please post the URL of an example page.
I suspect you hard-coded plain-text (http://...) somewhere instead of using protocol-relative URLs (//...)