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    jCarousel not working in Chrome and Safari

    Hi everyone,
    I am faced with a CSS issue with the jCarousel jQuery plugin: http://sorgalla.com/jcarousel/

    It does not appear to be working correctly within Chrome and Safari within the website but the other browsers seem to be rendering the slider just fine:
    http://bit.ly/T12fRM

    (Left and right arrows within the New Arrivals tab)
    Does anyone know how this can be fixed?
    Any help is greatly appreciated.

    Thanks,
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    They each have this attribute:

    Code:
    disabled="disabled"
    That's added by JS, so this is a JS issue. Moved to that forum.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ralph.m View Post
    They each have this attribute:

    Code:
    disabled="disabled"
    That's added by JS, so this is a JS issue. Moved to that forum.
    Oh OK
    Do I need to add that line of code into JavaScript somewhere in order to resolve this Chrome / Safari issue?
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    Actually, maybe I'm wrong. The disabled attribute seems to be in the HTML itself. What happens if you remove this"

    Code:
    <div class="jcarousel-prev jcarousel-prev-horizontal jcarousel-prev-disabled jcarousel-prev-disabled-horizontal" style="display: block;" disabled="true">
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