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The errors are cleaned up and the css validates.
The page hasn't been set back to html 4.
Fine on a mac; fine on Windows Chrome.
Audio doesn't appear to load in IE 10; no other Windows browsers...
Thanks. What browsers are you testing?
I have a page which plays audio, and the play command initiates a fairly long jQuery sequence of images and text (7 minutes).
It tests ok from a mac on Chrome, Safari, Firefox and Opera.
Having a problem getting IE to play <audio>.
I'm testing locally: IE 10 on Windows 7 Enterprise, Service Pack 1.
The idea is to have the audio play automatically, and to have a function...
I take some of it it back: I was testing locally.
Online, depending on how you set Safari's security preferences, Quicktime is invoked and the pages play ok.
Locally, it's still no go: doesn't...
I just updated to Safari 6.1.4. (OSX 10.8.5).
It won't play audio in an html5 page (ff, chrome, opera all good).
Asking it to open any audio file on the desktop, the audio files...
So here are the tests: I'm flying blind at home on a mac.
The first test should work: curious about whether the second has any effect—
Try "text-decoration:none;" in your link style? Could be that the underline isn't apparent in the :link state ?
I'm putting a test together, but am almost sure now it's an intranet problem: see this post.
Nope... putting the override as the first meta tag didn't help.
It may just possibly have something to do with being on an office intranet.
I'll check the css and js and put the page online. ...
<title>æ˜“ The Changes</title>
<meta http-equiv=“X-UA-Compatible” content=“IE=edge” />
<meta name="description" content="generate a hexagram...
1. Give you main elements widths and height, eg
<div id="mydiv" style="width:200px; height:500px;">content</div>
--only do the css in the head, or in a linked stylesheet, this...
I am trying to override IE's compatability mode.
I'm testing locally in IE10, and have made sure IE isn't caching previous tests.
<meta http-equiv=“X-UA-Compatible” content=“IE=edge” />...
Where is your opacity function?
all functions are in the head section,but I've also tried them directly on the link.
No error message.
I'm jQuerying it, at least partly. Not to worry.
I'm re-posting a page coded in 2006, pre-Chrome: it's appropriate to leave the code in its primitive state, as it's an obit.
However, I cannot get a series of fades to fire in Chrome. I've tried...
Having trouble getting jQuery stop() working.
The architecture is:
#loadit div, into which the menu links load html pages.
No, I meant "wipe"—movie terminology.
Assume multiple images identical in size and position, in a z-index stack: if you do fadeOut, it works like a movie "dissolve", fast enough and...
I've been browsing through the plugins, and ui, but can't find what I'm looking for: a simple wipe, LTR, or RTL as well would be good.
Been playing with 007Julien's solution, and can bind the function to a mousdown to go with the enlarging, and with a click to bring the image to the top, from wherever.
But I'm going to suss out...
Hi, and thankyou: two economical and elegant solutions.
The more you know, the easier it gets?
Cheers, and thanks again.
just to clarify:
Photo1 is z-index:50;
photo2 starts as z:49, and needs to be z:51 when enlarged;
photo3 starts as z:48 and needs to be z:52 when enlarged;
photo4 starts as z:47 and...
The problem, in brief:
30+ small images, layered on top of eachother... old photos, in chronological order, starting from the earliest:earliest photo has highest z-index.
With jQuery, 2...