Bootstrap/respond.js not working in ie8

Hi all,

Firstly, I am not sure if this issue is directly related to any conflicts with Concrete5 so please accept my apology if this issue gets a little off "concrete5-topic".

I have developed the following website with Concrete 5.6, It uses Bootstrap 3 which I understand interferes with Concrete5 (or vice-a-versa) but I seem to have worked around that.

However I am testing on ie8 and everything is squished up. Upon further reading I followed some isntructions about using respond.js to make ie8 honor media queries however this doesn't seem to be working.

I was wondering if anyone has been able to get Bootstrap 3, Concrete5 and ie8 to play nice together, even if it's just on the front-end?

If any kind folks out there could take a look at the site and confirm that I have setup respond.js correctly or if there is anything else that might be screwing this up in ie8 it would be greatly appreciated.

If this is a task that will result in time issues, I would be happy to turn it into a paid job if need be as I need to get it fixed and am at the end of my tether.

Any feedback would be greatly appreciated.

PS: the site navigation uses the clock numbers (not great I know but clients idea).

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goodnightfirefly replied on at Permalink Reply
I'm not sure if this is the reason, but I don't think you need the respond proxy stuff since your CSS is same domain; just linking the respond.min.js is enough.
mobius2000 replied on at Permalink Reply
Good point goodnightfirefly, I did originally try just linking respond.js as per Bootstrap 3's instructions but when that didn't work I tried the proxy option as last ditch option.

I'll change this back shortly but rest assured the same issues occur.

Thanks for taking the time to look into it goodnightfirefly.

Any other tips or pointers?