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In case anyone is interested, someone posted a pretty simple answer elsewhere:
I have a problem where I have a number of random set of elements that have a fixed rule for class name. I want to move them to a container element according to this class name.
Recently, I've tried to use FancyBox (a zooming lightbox script - affects every image link of a given parent id) on a page where contents are loaded dynamically with jquery.
I init fancybox...
I did not updated the site, try the link now.
Can someone give a clue why the animation is so sluggish in Opera? (the lowest setup I've tested is a 1600mhz celeron). Even with most of the pictures...
did that, but the problem remained. strangely enough, after I've reinstalled opera (from 9.10 to 9.27) it started working... :confused:
thanks, but sadly it still doesn't work in opera...
Hola, I've recently made this test site: http://poisonborz.hu/pbtest
If you click on the two links in the middle, there's a JS animation that works well in FF and IE, but not in Opera - seemingly it...
The problem is, that the animation looks awfully...
hoops, sorry, a .js file was missing from the zip... it's there now.
Opening index.html, you see a properly working dhtml scroller... But the scroller page is intended to be on page 2, and for that, it's parent div's...
Hola everyone... I'm munching on this for days now :(
In the zip file above, in index.html, if you click "page 2" there's a dhtml scroll on the right side...