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Jquery in IE8/9 fails - any ideas?

Thread began 10/29/2010 4:58 am by Daryl | Last modified 10/29/2010 7:27 am by Daryl | 1825 views | 2 replies |

DarylBeta Tester

Jquery in IE8/9 fails - any ideas?

I have a jquery image scroller in a header which works as expected in Google Chrome and Firefox however no images are displayed in IE8 or IE9 Beta.

Does anyone know why?

The image rotator is supposed to be to the right of the text in the purple header..

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Hi Daryl,

The source code shows the images code as having no given widths or heights, which is why I guess IE is not displaying them.

I don't know how the code is generated (dynamically?) or if it is as it appears, but it manifests as:

<li class="show"><img src="images/aurora_web.png" width="" height=""  alt="pic1" /></li>
<li><img src="images/Gotica_page_copy.png" width="" height="" alt="pic2" /></li>
<li><img src="images/ouvo_pb_web.png" width="" height="" alt="pic3" /></li>

Are you able to add the image widths and heights to your page code? This would allow them to show up in IE.

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DarylBeta Tester

Hi Neilo

Your a star!!

I have no idea why I'm missed out the image dimensions as this isn't something that I would normally do!

Thanks again!

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