Hello guys,

I need some advice about a issue I'm dealing with for the past 2 days

I trying to take a screenshot of a specific div which holds a couple of images that change every refresh.
I've managed to do that, using the following script - html2canvas (link: http://html2canvas.hertzen.com/)

Now, the script works just perfect until a specific point...

I have 2 div elements called "Tab_1" and "Tab_2", and both of them are been displayed using another .js script (for creating tabs).
Actualy, the tabs are created using the CSS-display options (the active one has "display: block;" - and the inactive one has "display: none;")

This is where the html2canvas script kinda fails....
It will take a screenshot of the images under the <div> tag which has the attribute "display: block" (the active tab) but it will not take a screenshot of the image under the <div> tag which has the attribute "display: none" (the inactive tab)

Basically this is my issue...

I want to call the function and be able to take the screenshot of both tabs (the active and the inactive)

Below is the script i'm working one:

Code:
function saveModel(usermamePic, firstPic, secondPic) {
  var first_elm = document.getElementById(firstPic);
  var second_elm = document.getElementById(secondPic);

  html2canvas([first_elm],{
     onrendered: function(canvas) {
	var dataUrl_tabActive = canvas.toDataURL();
		$.post('phpinclude/save.php', 
                         {'encoded_img': ''+ dataUrl_tabActive +'',
			   'username_img': ''+ usermamePic +'',
			   'location_img': 'tabActive'
			  }, 
                           function(img) {
				alert(img);
				html2canvas([second_elm],{
				   onrendered: function(canvas) {
				      var dataUrl_tabInactive = canvas.toDataURL();
				      $.post('phpinclude/model_save.php', 
                                               {'encoded_img': ''+ dataUrl_tabInactive +'',
						'username_img': ''+ usermamePic +'',
                                                'location_img': 'tabInactive'
                            }, 
                            function(img) {
                              alert(img);
                            });
			}
		 });
          });
      }
  });	
}
+ the html2canvas.js from the webpage shown above.

Any help will be appreciated!

My best regards,
Michael