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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...
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");
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">
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...
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...
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: