Originally Posted by WolfShade
Usually, in jQuery, things like sliders, scrollers, etc., have to be "initialized" after content has loaded. For example, if you are using nanoScroller (Mac style scroll bar, cross browser), if the div that is using nanoScroller doesn't have any content, it doesn't have height, so when you init by using $('#divName').nanoScroller();, it doesn't work because nanoScroller doesn't "see" anything there.
Ok I think I understand, I google it before also when I saw your post and read some about it at the jQuery site, so basically the slider dont get initialized. Do I have to ad some code or does this make it impossible to have this type of content in divs that get its content loaded in?
Thanks for you answer by the way.