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    SitePoint Wizard creole's Avatar
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    Javascript or Mac browser check please

    Hey guys...

    I've built this page:
    http://www.nashvillecvb.com/fusebox....deals.pkgdeals

    Specifically the navigational rollovers which are part of an image map. Moving your cursor over one part of the image triggers two rollovers, the text on the right, and the image section on the left. It tests out just fine on the PC; the rollovers work, I see no javascript errors and I can click on the different links in the image map. However, when my boss tested it out on her Mac she gets NONE of that. No errors, no rollovers and also no LINKS. I have no clue why this might be occurring. I've tested it out on MY Mac here and get the same effect (OS 9.2, IE 5.1).

    Does anyone have any ideas why this might be happening? As far as I know, the javascript code is valid and I see no other errors that might be causing this. I would appreciate though, someone with a greater knowledge of javascript to take a look at this and give me a suggestion.
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    SitePoint Wizard Bill Posters's Avatar
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    OS X.1.5:

    Fine in:
    Chimera 0.6.0
    Moz 1.2

    Nada in:
    IE 5.2.2
    Opera 6.0

    Try sticking the rollover script link somewhere above the image map markup or wrap it in a function and call it with body onload.

    I didn't take a long look at the code.
    In all honesty I've 'forgotten' how to browse through complex table-bsed layouts, so I wasn't being as dilligent as I perhaps could.
    The placement of the linked rollover script is the first/only thing that springs to mind.

    I'll take another look tomorrow (specifically at the .js) to see if there's anything in there that could clearly be causing the problem.


    Btw, very nice piece of work, C.
    Of course, it doesn't hurt to have purdy, young, blonde thangs at the top of the page (and I don't mean Kenny Rogers).
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    Hmmm

    I've made a few changes.
    The javascript is now embedded in the page instead of being linked to.
    It appears above the rollover scripting.
    Just to test, I places spaces between the double onmousover function calls.

    I have to get this working. My only other option is to do this in Flash and I would prefer to avoid that as it would mean duplicating almost an entire day of work.

    Does anyone have any suggestions for an alternate means of performing what it is I'm trying to accomplish?
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