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Persistent display error in all browsers

Thread began 7/30/2009 8:23 pm by chris.serendipity282254 | Last modified 8/03/2009 4:21 pm by Jason Byrnes | 1383 views | 3 replies |

chris.serendipity282254

Persistent display error in all browsers

Looking through the forums it would seem this hasn't been commented on, but my apologies if I have missed a post.
I have completed removed and redone the map for a site several times but get a persistent error - the maps fail to open completely:
this screen shot is in IE
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This one in Google Chrome: PcO6JYeYL

and similar display erros in FF and Opera.

I have used ProMaps on many different sites but this is the only one causing any difficulty....
contact.htm

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Ray BorduinWebAssist

It is probably a conflict with one of the other scripts you have running on that page.

The only way I can think to diagnose it would be to add the same map to a new page and see if it happens... my guess is it won't.

Then you can try removing various scripts on your original page or copying scripts to the new page until it breaks to identify the conflict. Then probably search the google forums for possible resolutions.

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chris.serendipity282254

There is only 1 other script on the page and that is for copyright.....

Using the javascript directly supplied by Google works fine with no conflict - only the WebAssist one doesn't display correctly, and as previously stated it has worlked fine, if sometimes a bit slowly, on many other sites.

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Jason ByrnesWebAssist

You have conflicting CSS in the avalanche.css file.

change:
#content2 img{
padding:1px;
display:inline;
background:#cccccc;
color:#000000;
border:4px solid #f0f0f0;
}

to:
#content2 img{
padding:1px;
display:inline;
/*background:#cccccc;*/
color:#000000;
border:4px solid #f0f0f0;
}

your background color setting is causing the problem.

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