I have Views Slideshow working fine on Chrome 24.0.1312.56 m, and Firefox 18.0.1. But for some reason Views Slideshow only display the first slide (of five) in IE9.

I'm using Views Slideshow 7.x-3.0, Views Slideshow Cycle 7.x-3.0 and my jQuery.cycle file is version 2.9999.81. I also have "JavaScript Aggregation" turned OFF.

Like I said, the slider has no issues in Chrome, or Firefox, only IE9 where it will display the first slide and then just blank space for the other slides. The preview of the View works in IE, but then no longer works when you save the View.

I found something interesting. It looks like IE is not giving the other slides div-container any width or height? I've attached a picture:


  • Does IE9 spit out any errors into alerts or console? Have you checked changing the compatibility mode in IE just for testing purposes? – Artur Feb 2 '13 at 20:32
  • In admin/config/development/performance do you have aggregate javascript? if you have unchecked and save it. And then check it again. – cayerdis Feb 2 '13 at 20:58
  • I tried enabling compatibility mode to no avail, and I also tried checking and re-unchecking the javascript aggregation. – Matt Feb 3 '13 at 4:54
  • I found something interesting though, it looks like IE is not giving the other slides div-container any width or height? I've attached a picture to my first post. – Matt Feb 3 '13 at 4:59
  • drupal.org/node/1809568 Unfixed bug. – niksmac Feb 3 '13 at 5:14

Please update your jquery.js file by using Jquery Update module.

  • Using your suggestion, I updated my jquery.js file but the issue still persisted. You got me thinking that the error might be in my code, not in Views. After digging through my js files I pinpointed the cause. The reflection.js script I was using did not like to play nice with hidden divs in IE. I muddled through the comments and found a user who gave a code snippet to fix the hidden div display error. Link to the comment – Matt Feb 5 '13 at 4:54
  • @Matt - Consider posting a proper answer containing the information you've found. Don't worry, it's totally fine answering your own question and mark your answer as the correct answer. It'll save many other users finding your question a lot of time. – leymannx Aug 26 '14 at 23:12

I guess this problem is solved in IE10 . I installed this module and tested it using IE10, there was no problem.

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