|I dunno if you have tried this already but instead of loading your remote content in hidden div tags (which IE usually always messes up any operation on a hidden item) try moving the divs off the page (left: -999px) or something.|
I find that always works for me in both IE and Opera for this type of operation.
|2010-10-22 05:08:38 - In reply to message 1 from Scott Baker|
|That may be something that may work. I will try it and will let you know if it worked. Thanks for the suggestion.|
|2010-10-22 07:08:46 - In reply to message 1 from Scott Baker|
I use this method too, instead of hidden div, and it's a real alternative for IE.
Great job, guys
|2010-10-22 21:13:53 - In reply to message 1 from Scott Baker|
|Sorry I ask, I'm really new to this.|
Can any one put an example? is the only way I understand this kind of things
How do I move a DIV? Should it be via CSS?
Sorry been too lazy to not use google but what better source than here?
|2010-10-23 05:24:49 - In reply to message 5 from Manuel Lemos|
|Oh, @ManuelLemos excuse my english I was replying to @ScottBaker and his fix on how to "move a DIV" (for opera and IE)|
Can you made a .htm and a .css (I guess in this case)?, so we can see what is he talking about.
PS: I really never read any book of coding (get). I just "read" the code (like in matrix) I'll never know what is a "child" or any other technical stuff but if I see and read the code I'll "compile" in my head to understand it.
|2010-10-24 04:44:36 - In reply to message 1 from Scott Baker|
|I tried this and it does not help.|
The solution seems to be to implement a replacement document object that captures the calls to document.write and assures that the content is appended inside the div.
I have an idea how to do that, but it is not trivial. I will need more time to come with a full solution. Meanwhile on IE and Opera the Fast Content Loader object will just load the original slow content tags where they should be.
|2010-10-24 11:19:17 - In reply to message 7 from Manuel Lemos|