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    Question fx.slide mootool in chrome/safari

    My page is working as I want it to in firefox and IE. well almost fully in IE...

    Anyways at the top of my page I am using an fx.slide that does not work at all in safari or chrome and was wondering if anyone here could shed some light as to why?

    here is the page in question

    Any help would be great. Thanks so much.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sackstein View Post
    My page is working as I want it to in firefox and IE. well almost fully in IE...

    Anyways at the top of my page I am using an fx.slide that does not work at all in safari or chrome and was wondering if anyone here could shed some light as to why?

    here is the page in question

    Any help would be great. Thanks so much.
    Don't use mootools its bad for javascript far to big:

    use document.createElement('div);
    here is a guide
    http://www.java2s.com/Code/JavaScrip...entExample.htm

    and to add propertys add this befor apendChild
    myObj.setAttribut('id','myobj);
    Working towards a Internet where we don't have website just browser applications Kill the Hyper-link and say hello to 3D Games in the browser :)

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    I just tried this briefly and I dont think it quite gives the same sliding effect which the people I am making the website for really like. So I don't think I can switch to this technique.

    Do you have any insight on the mootools problem or do you usually just avoid it all the time?


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