[RESOLVED] Random Images work but not in IE 8 and Opera 9.64
I've been banging my head against this all day and just can't seem to solve the problem.
After using and altering a js random image generator code from the web, I've got it doing exactly what I wanted...but only on the mac.
The page is supposed to display 5 random images next to each other.
Looks great in firefox and safari.
Opera shows 3 of 5 images.
IE 8 on the PC only displays the navigation (with working roll-overs!)
The site is listed here:
The js is referred from here:
Your help would be invaluable since I really don't want to go back to the boss and say we *have* to use a single static image. :-)
This designation isn't yet universally supported and therefore will be unusable for some time. Use:
This may be not be the only problem.
Changed Type, now worse in Opera, No Change IE 8
Thank you SterlingIsFine for the correction.
Sadly it only made the display in Opera worse by now also showing the contents of the <noscript> tags.
Any other thoughts people might have?
It seems so odd that it doesn't show anything in the Windows IE browser.
It does work fine in the Windows Safari browser.
Should I try to preLoad the images?
So the scoreboard is as follows:
PC: IE 8 = no
PC: Safari = yes
Mac: Safari = yes
Mac: Firefox = yes
Mac: Camino = yes
Mac: Opera = partially (which really means no since I can't use it)
First validate your markup. It's showing an error near the script block: http://validator.w3.org
Originally Posted by littleSparky
Random Images problem resolved
Thank you all for your considerations and advice. I will learn to use other methods besides document.write.
The error in the code was not closing the <img> tag in that obtrusive document.write script.
I've also been working hard to be clean on the validation reports.
document.write('<img src="images/random/' + gallery[whichGallery][idx] + '" class="special" alt="" />');
Thank you all, again.
Load the document with default images.
Preload the images.
Change images onload.
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