On Tuesday 13 Jul 2010 08:48:43 you wrote:
> right. its for lazy loading. when the scroll thumb goes into the "hot area"
> then it sends requests to the server for new content. when new content is
> received i create a new container

Why not create an empty 'dummy' container before firing the request, then 
populate it when it comes back ?

Tom Chiverton
Helping to completely utilize interactive transparent customers as part of the 
IT team of the year 2010, '09 and '08


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