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    Thanks, Logic Ali. (1) Your more concise code...

    Thanks, Logic Ali.

    (1) Your more concise code did work, and since it is more concise and direct, I'll probably switch to it. However, my code also worked in IE 9 by simply using "class" rather...
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    IE Mystery with className

    I have a Web page that runs properly with IE 9 with the following code:



    // Check for IE
    if (isBrowserIE) tempArray[i].setAttribute("className", "red");
    else...
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    Problem with IE

    The following code works in Firefox AND validates as XHTML 1.0 Strict:

    <object codetype="application/java" classid="java:lake.class" width="423" height="567">
    <param name="image"...
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    astupidname: Your second suggestion (post 4)...

    astupidname: Your second suggestion (post 4) seems to work!! Since the HTML markup already had the image starting out as hidden and then made visible in FadeIn, all I needed to do was set opacity to...
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    Thanks for the reply. However, that didn't...

    Thanks for the reply.

    However, that didn't help. Same problem occurs. Also, it didn't pass the CSS Validator. filter, opacity, and -moz-opacity are not defined in CSS 2.1.

    I have the little...
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    Fade-in Image Problem

    I wanted to have a picture on the opening page of my Web site (rediscoveringthebible.com) fade in to full opacity slowly. I found some code to do this that was free to use at the following site:
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