Anybody feel like helping me? I asked around the CakePHP group and
they say it's a Javascript error, so just checking back in here for
some help on this issue.

On Sep 25, 11:45 pm, "Arak Tai'Roth" <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
> So I am using the prototype and scriptaculous on my webpage that I am
> designing with CakePHP.
> This is my link that I am using:
> echo $ajax->link($html->image('/img/portfolio/small/' .
> $portfolio['Portfolio']['picture'], array('alt' =>
> $portfolio['Portfolio']['title'])), '/portfolios/view/' .
> $portfolio['Portfolio']['id'], array('update'=> 'case_study',
> 'complete' => 'Effect.Appear(\'case_study\', {duration: 2.0})'), null,
> false);
> Long I know. I can explain it more if you want me to, but the main
> part here that is my focus and the reason I am asking on this board
> instead of the CakePHP board is this part:
> array('update'=> 'case_study', 'complete' =>
> 'Effect.Appear(\'case_study\', {duration: 2.0})')
> Now all of this works as it is. However what I wanted was that after
> the case_study div initially "appeared" was once another link was
> clicked I wanted it to fade away and have it re-appear when it was
> complete. So I thought I could add before the 'complete':
> 'before' => 'Effect.Fade(\'case_study\')
> or
> 'loading' => Effect.Fade(\'case_study\')
> Neither of these are working. What happens as soon as I add either of
> those, is the div vaguely appears and then suddenly disappears, never
> to appear again until another link appears and then it just continues
> that cycle.
> I was wondering if anyone can help me with this, if not I can move
> this to the CakePHP group, just thought this was more of a
> Scriptaculous issue.
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