IE8 skips .gif frames when using rollover script

  mattmoney 08:21 AM 12 Apr 09
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on my website i have a menu that when you rollover an image it is replaced with a .gif animation. on firefox all frames are played, but on ie8 it skips straight to the last frame. you can see this here:

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thanks,
matt

  tobyb121 13:03 PM 19 Apr 09

I'm not overly sure of why this may be the case, but you could try using a css :hover attribute as a method. I have a feeling it may be to do with the images being pre-loaded, but I'm not sure about this.

  Kemistri 14:25 PM 19 Apr 09

It's because he has used a JS script from Dynamic Drive that is not sufficiently robust cross-platform. There are many jQuery plugins for menu transition effects that would be much more robust and just as easy to implement.

(Incidentally, :hover is a pseudo-class, not an attribute. Attributes are used in HTML.)

  mattmoney 23:55 PM 23 Apr 09

thanks, ill check out jQuery for a cross-platform script.

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