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Recent posts by Frank Lawlor

Yup, that did the trick. Now it functions on IE, too. Thanks.

The styling, however, looks nothing like the article and I don't see anything to make them look like buttons. The explicit 200px style is causing the first title to break to a second line on my machines.

It really is a good idea to have someone else try out your examples before you submit an article. So many mistakes in your first example can destroy your credibility and make people disinclined to read on.
I tried the exmple in the article on another machine.
Same results as on my machine.
Works in Firefox, fails in IE.
If I move the test1.html file to anoter location is doesn't work at all, even under FireFox.

The example has the files in a javascript subdir.
I copied the code exactly as in the example (cut and paste).

Firfox might swallow errors, but, as I said, it basically works so it must be finding the js files (or it wouldn't work at all).

I notice that if I click on the example imbedded in the article, I get the same results (IE doesn't work at all) but it is better formatted as buttons.
I copied all the .js files into a javascript subdirectory and I still get the same results. Since it seems to somewhat work under Firefox, I assume the directory structure is correct and it is finding the files.

Originally I only copied some of the files since the article explicitly said "we just need the ones listed."

I copied the files to another system and got the same results.
I tried the first example.

In IE it just fails with "Error: 'Effect' is undefined.

In Firefox something works, but the screen displayed is:



-- Frank
I tried the first example.

In IE it just fails with "Error: 'Effect' is undefined.

In Firefox something works, but the screen displayed is:



-- Frank