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Remove default dropdown arrow on Internet ExplorerAsked by goquote on April 07, 2016 at 09:57 AM
IE seems to hijack my form when it loads. It seems to add it's own menu on top of the jotform menu: see here:
How can I stop this from happening?
IE is very outdated now in terms of its resources used that's why new CSS features are not rendered properly. However, I understand that there are still people using it so the following fix should help.
If you want to remove the default dropdown arrow on IE10+, add this CSS codes to your form.
Hope this helps!
Can you have a look to see if it is injected properly (screenshot)
Still no change.
The form is embedded on "intapage" if that make a difference
Making a little change on my colleague's CSS makes it work on IE. Please, see the last version of the CSS rule:
I have already added it to your form and test it, it is hiding the dropdown arrow on IE properly. Please, see the screenshot from the below:
For further assistance, please do let us know.