Hello and welcome to our community! Reply With Quote 08-13-2010,06:23 PM #5 tirna View Profile View Forum Posts Registered User Join Date Mar 2010 Posts 2,803 There must be something else going on in your code that

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When hiking, why is the right of way given to people going up? Invalid argument. 28th April, 200821st April, 2010 Marcel Stör3 Comments Microsoft's Internet Explorer never fails to amaze me - coding JavaScript and CSS for the IE is quite a challenge. Browse other questions tagged jquery or ask your own question. Is this your first visit?

my code: var $insert = $(item).css({ height: 0, display:'' }).prependTo($list); $insert.animate({ height: 35 }, 600).animate({ display: '' }, 600); if ($list.children().length > 8) { $list.find('> li:last').animate({ filter: alpha(opacity = 50) }, Here is the relevant code:The content being changed

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Maybe try setting the value to an empty string which results in the display style being set to whatever the default value is for that type of element. Filed under: Web Authoring -- frightanic @ 22:55 This blog now resides at http://www.frightanic.com/. Notify me of new posts via email. Output the first position in your program for each input character What is the purpose of Subject-Verb agreement?

Something so simple, matching floor registers [HomeImprovement] by HBuilder328305. Just don't do your "if" test based on anything other than "none". You may have to register before you can post: click the register link above to proceed. Archive Forgot password? | Register Remember Me?

share|improve this answer answered Mar 9 '11 at 17:50 belugabob 3,5701521 When you set display to '' via the DOM, it is treated as having no inline style value But IE7 has an "Error on Page" notice (which does NOT appear in IE8 emulating IE7), that says: Line: 59 Char: 11 Error: Could not get the display property. Comment by Rob -- 30. November, 2009 @ 19:36 IE is really a f…..uck browser Comment by faisal -- 10.

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