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    Question script.aculo.us not working in Internet Explorer!

    I'm trying to implement Lightwindows on my site. It amkes use of script.aculo.us library.

    As per usual it does not work in IE at all! FF does what it's suppose to. Lightwindows has very poor support so no help there.

    What bugs me is that this is what loads the Script but scriptaculous.js is not included in the download from their site?
    Code:
    <script type="text/javascript" src="javascript/scriptaculous.js?load=effects"></script>
    I've done loads of testing to no avail.

    Thanks for the any help and IE is the worst browser ever!
    Last edited by foxinni; Apr 25, 2007 at 05:54.

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    have you load your prototype library, I have successfully integrates lightwindows with my javascript application. It should not be difficult. IMHO the documentation is clear enough, but lack of some real application usage e.g. providing call back function when the window was loaded.

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    I;ve done some furthur testing and found that if i delete my whole site but the backround the scripting works!? Why i really don't know.

    Does it conflict some how with html and css? or other .js files?

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    Hey

    I had the exact same problem. Works on simple page, but not on complex page. I eventually discovered wat the problem is. I have a main container div with its id="container" to style it, change the ID to a class and now it works in IE aswell.

    I def agree with you. I HATE!!! IE. ill never use anything but firefox.

    Laters man


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