Well, I can't say for sure but it looks like IEs rendering of tables
is probably to blame. After converting the page to display the table
data using divs IE now has the links active.

On May 2, 4:27 pm, xander <rhubarbcrum...@gmail.com> wrote:
> I'm using the toggle effect to show/hide a table row in a list of
> events (example -http://www.gigcatcher.co.uk/town/3885-Brixton_in_London)
> The hidden row contains links to buy tickets for each event and
> everything works fine except when using IE6-8.
> The toggle effect appears to work ok in IE but the links are almost
> all inactive, so users are unable to click through to get tickets. The
> odd thing is that it doesn't appear to affect all of the links, as
> about 10% of them (seemingly at random) are active as they should be.
> Is there something I need to be aware of when using this in IE?
> Here's the function controlling the toggle effect, which also takes
> into account the current class of the '+/-' button div. I'm by no
> means a javascript expert so any help on this would be great :)
> function open_close(event_id, colour) {
>         var div_id = 'button_'+event_id
>         var event_div = document.getElementById(div_id)
>         var open = 'open_'+colour
>         var close = 'close_'+colour
>         Effect.toggle(event_id,'slide', {duration:0})
>                 if( event_div.className== open ){
>                         event_div.className= close
>                 }
>                 else{
>                 event_div.className= open
>                 }
> }
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