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Problem with Hiding & Showing Div's with AJAX

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PostPosted: Wed Oct 10, 2007 7:17 pm    Post subject: Problem with Hiding & Showing Div's with AJAX Reply with quote

I was just about to write out all the code in here but then decided to show you what i'm talking about live. Maybe it will help a little better.

Here is a link to my small project i made for AjaxTalk:


Basically the problem is I can't click on links that I load with my Ajax scripts. Because I'm using onmouseover and onmouseout when you hover over the links that are loaded with ajax they just start flickeing.

I also have another example of a hard coded link within the div below using the same show and hide function that works just fine.

Any help would be greatly appreciated.
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PostPosted: Sun Oct 21, 2007 2:10 am    Post subject: I think it's a browser problem. Reply with quote

This is very interesting; it apparently depends upon how well the browser implements the onmouseover functionality for AJAX links. I say this because the success rate of clicking (to get the "test" alert) is greater in Firefox, where the link is usually red; in Opera and Internet Explorer, where the success rate is very low, the link is usually blue. The red indicates that the mouseover is being recognized (according to the default CSS).

This should be submitted as a bug for all browsers which exhibit the behavior; maybe it will be fixed in the next versions.

As far as your implementation (although it's not really being deployed in this case), I suggest that you either use onclick events to toggle the DIVs or move the DIVs closer to their trigger links; I had trouble getting them to stay long enough for me to get to the links inside.
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