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    (Nearly Completed) Webpage Feedback

    hey everyone.

    so i am nearing the end of my website construction. I would like some feedback on the website. it's choc-full of javascript and i am encountering some problems with the site.

    here is the 'hidden from public' link. http://palacepalace.com/080702_palace_webpage.html. it will be relocated to palacepalace.com once finished.



    at the moment - these are the known bugs:

    dragging not supported by IE, safari, chrome, opera

    when dragging in firefox - if i select an image that is sitting behind another, it does not 'bring to front'.

    the google search does not function

    in IE, the tooltip is not located in right position as demonstrated in firefox.


    the webpage is still yet to be filled with content, but i am just trying to get the interactivity down.

    if you can resolve any of these then let me know.
    if you also can identify any more bugs let me know.


    otherwise let me know what you think in general.


    many thanks in advance.
    ben

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    In Firefox view the error console. There are tons of warnings being thrown that may be causing the problems in other browsers.
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    yeah i know,

    it's got to do with some css stuff - the opacities of the divs.

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    No I'm not getting CSS warnings. These are what I'm getting in the error console.
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    Warning: Use of routeEvent() is deprecated. To upgrade your code, use the DOM 2 dispatchEvent() method. For more help http://developer.mozilla.org/en/docs/DOM:element.dispatchEvent
    Source File: http://palacepalace.com/080702_palace_webpage.html
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    Warning: Use of releaseEvents() is deprecated. To upgrade your code, use the DOM 2 removeEventListener() method. For more help http://developer.mozilla.org/en/docs/DOM:element.removeEventListener
    Source File: http://palacepalace.com/080702_palace_webpage.html
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    Warning: Use of captureEvents() is deprecated. To upgrade your code, use the DOM 2 addEventListener() method. For more help http://developer.mozilla.org/en/docs/DOM:element.addEventListener
    Source File: http://palacepalace.com/080702_palace_webpage.html
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    The routeevent one seems to occur most often.
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    so you think i should find and replace each of these problems with what they specify.

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    Yes thats what I think. Its likely the other browsers don't support the older stuff which may be why it isn't working in them.
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