Doesn't Work Quick Enough To Hide Moving Items Into Place In IE8
Apr 19, 2011
I have a website at: [URL] The page works on Google Chrome, Mozilla Firefox, and IE-9. It sort-of works on IE-8, however, the problem is that on IE-8, there is about 2 seconds where everything is shown on top of everything else in a mess. This is bad.
I'm trying to hide a few options in a dropdown box using .hide(). This works perfectly fine in firefox and chrome, but it doesn't work in IE and Safari. My original code is more complex but I've narrowed it down to this.I've tried several combinations and nothing has worked.hide() works, but not for things within option tags for some reason.[code]
Now Begin and Contact are fine, but as you can see, the Einde part isn't sliding in. I'm hiding my "Second" div at the end of the transformation to avoid horizontal scrollbars. But after I show it again, to slide it back to the left, the transformation somehow doesn't work.
If I comment out the slide-to-left transformation, the Second div shows on the right, with horizontal scrollbar. So it does actually do the transformation, but doesn't seem to do the slide. I've also tried re-setting the -webkit-transition property again after I show() the Second div, to set a delay on it again. However, this had no effect either.
I have a fully working listbox that I'm having troubles with. The idea is to select from the first box and add to the second box. I've done this a variety of ways and wanted to use DOM as it solves some speed issues with the other solutions if the elements in the boxes are in the thousands.
The problem I'm having may be in IE6, note how using the code below that you can move items over to the right hand side using "Add >" and it sorts it the result like a good script. But when you start to move things the other way using "< Rem" the first box is fine, but the 2nd box never bothers to remove the results! From there on, the moving is pretty much broken. I suspect this is an IE bug since if I ALT+TAB and hide the browser then go back the results are as they should be, however, perhaps I'm just doing something dumb in my code? Code:
This works fine in netscape but IE won't do it. I have a div which contains some links and a thumbnail. What's supposed to happen is when you click the thumbnail the links disapear and the now invisible div is resized moving everything below it. In IE it only resizes as small as the size of the dive plus the size of the links. Code:
I am working on a slider for a client site and all works fine when I place the css directly in the page - but when I move it to external file it does not pick up any of the styles that are required to make the slider work.
I want to modify the appearance of an unordered list by assigning a value to each list item and then setting the custom properties for each list item. At first I was thinking of assigning a number to each list item and then controlling it's properties via that number.But now I'm wondering if jQuery can do a search for the list items content.
I have a UL group with multiple LI items, and each LI has a DL with a DT and DD inside. What I am trying to do is show EACH LI's DT, but not the DD. The DD will only show once the DT has been clicked (except for the first, which should be visible on page load.here is the structure code ... I am struggling to make this work using jQuery show/hide functionailty.
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I am new to jQuery and I am having trouble with the syntax, selectors and refining when trying to create functions. What I am trying to achieve: I have a gallery consisting of a ul with images placed in vertically stacked list items. The ul is in a fixed size wrapper with overflow:hidden so only the first list item displays. The user clicks a button and the first li is hidden using hide(400). This makes the other list items flow up and reveals the second list item within the wrapper window.
When the last list item is visible, the click will show(400) all of the list items again, causing them to flow back into order and only the first item will be showing again. Further clicks will repeat this process from the beginning. I know what I would like to do in terms of code, but I am having trouble with the correct syntax, selectors and refining. I have included the html and description version of the code I was hoping to create. I know the code could be much more efficient by placing functions into variables and testing for true false, but I would like to see the steps with my longer code description for learning purposes. Perhaps afterwards someone can blast it off in two lines.
I have found many nice filter plugins, that let you filter a table,and hide the rest of the items, and only show the item that matches what was entered into an input dialog.What I would like to do, is use an unordered list instead. Is there any plugins that support this? I have not been able to find any..
If you look at this page [url] you will see that if you hover over the photo the text block goes up, and if you hover over the text it slides down and covers the photo. It's all pretty basic and it works fine. But ones I try to get them animated during the sliding up and down the trouble starts.
It works fine if you take the time and wait for them to go back to their starting position, but if you move over the items quickly it becomes a mess. You can see what I mean on this page [url]
I hoped that by adding a stop() before the animation if would fix the problem, but it doesn't really improve at all. It still quickly becomes a mess if you hover from one item to the next one.
How I could get the animations to work properly without it becoming a mess? I now there are double id's in the html, but unfortunately I can't really change the html.
It works normally - but don't work lightbox script for pictures of the site, so IE 8 write such: Object doesn'n work with prototype.js and mootools.js. CMS is a MODx, please, tell me how to make work this scripts correctly and together?