Thank you! That was my mistake. I uploaded a local copy of scriptaculous
and prototype on my sites, but forgot that I was linking to the version on
the remote server. I also removed the tag you mentioned was causing the
It's working great now!
On Sunday, January 6, 2013 11:15:30 AM UTC-5, Jason wrote:
> Firstly I'm using IE 10 and the fade effect is working for me
> also I still see 126.96.36.199 prototype and 1.8.2 scriptaculous
> <!-- PHP should replace this image with the default image that should go
> in the portal when JS is turned off -->
> <!-- Quotes are already included around the image source since it is
> necessary for the JS array created -->
> <img id="ir_default" src=""
> style="cursor: pointer; cursor: hand;" onclick = "window.location = "
> <!-- Show text if any -->
> in the <img the onclick - window.location needs to be set to something -
> or take it out
> > wrote:
>> I apologize if i'm vague in my message as I'm not really a programmer. I
>> am running a website at http://www.mariyalivchikova.com . The page here
>> http://www.mariyalivchikova.com/russian/index2.php , the top banner is
>> supposed to fade to a new image every 4 seconds. On IE 9 and all earlier
>> versions of IE, Firefox, and other known browsers, it works fine. However,
>> on IE 10, the fade effect doesn't work. The image changes, but without the
>> It will work if I fall back to compatibility view, but I'm hoping to
>> avoid this just so the code is natively compatible with the newer IE.
>> I am quite certain the code is using prototype to support the image
>> fading. I upgraded to the latest prototype, version 1.7.1 knowing that
>> there's code changes that's supposed to make this effect work in IE 10. I
>> went ahead and upgraded the latest scriptaculous as well. I did find the
>> steps on this page (
>> , but the lines they reference aren't the same and even when I found the
>> lines and applied the revision, it made no difference.
>> I'm guessing that the newer version I applied of prototype does fix the
>> issue, but I may need to revise the code on my page to utilize the feature.
>> Can anyone help me identify why the fade effect does not work in IE10?
>> Thank you!
>> Alan Owen
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