I didn't know about this kludge, could be seriously useful ... thank
you. IE will kill my health soon, I know - how development would be
cheaper if I could avoid wrestling with ie6,7 and 8 bug generators ...

Apparently, the problem is due to a nasty combination of div nesting
and css, by changing the layout a bit to have less absolute positioned
elements I was able to make IE8 happy again. There's probably some
rule behind this, like those funny bugs in IE6.

On Oct 29, 3:44 pm, gemeaux <talhatu...@gmail.com> wrote:
> I have one solution for this kind of problems: Forcing IE8 to behave
> like IE7 by adding a meta line into the <head> section.
> Like this:
> <meta http-equiv="X-UA-Compatible" content="IE=7" />
> I guess IE8 have many issues related to javascript, so it would be the
> best solution for this.
> On 28 Ekim, 12:38, risteli <rist...@gmail.com> wrote:
> > I have a problem with a simple animation. Maybe there's something I
> > don't understand as it's the first website I'm writing with
> > jquery1.3.2 ...
> > This is the skeleton of what I'm working (I removed all the
> > unnecessary code I could remove without changing the logic and the
> > website structure - that's why it looks so weird):
> >http://bottega.cangelini.com/xf-test/sito/
> > In IE8 there is no crossfade, the first image will show and then hide
> > at the end of the animation, as if it ignores opacity changes.
> > It works on IE7 (the real one AND ie8 in ie7, which makes it really
> > weird!), FF3.5, Opera, Chrome and Safari, I tried it in xp and vista.

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