Scripting: film-strip navigationstarted by Jm25 on Nov 16, 2004 — RSS Feed
Could someone assist me here?
//dummy function providing a dead link
var button = document.getElementById("shb"+n);
Function nothing() is not needed on a real page. It is there because I don't want to put real links to other pages in my tutorial. Some people put <a href="#">, which is similar, but takes the reader to the top of the current page, which is undesirable.
I have completed a set of film strip buttons and they look great.
(see them at http://www.abbetoys.com.au).
I have noticed one strange thing happening though that is a little disconcerting. Sometimes as the mouse moves over the buttons they disappear briefly and just as magically reappear before becoming clickable links.
Am I missing something here?
I can't replicate this here in any browser on Mac or PC. They all look fine to me.
They disappear for me too in IE v 6. If you move your mouse quickly, you can get them all to disappear! Very strange!
My IE 6 is running under XP Pro on a three year old PC with an AMD 2000+ processor with a cheap video card. Works perfectly for me there. There must be some other factor causing this but without a fine comparison of hardware, software and add-ons, I don't know what to suggest.
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