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Overall Rating: 3.8
|strangle on May 4, 2000 at 1:45:45 AM||Rating: 1|
I am sure it is the coolest thing, but I get an internal error, even when I go to the page1.asp
Please help me.
I am using ie 4.72.
The error is a reference error and closes my browser.
|bgjohnso on Jan 13, 2000 at 10:36:54 AM||Rating: 4|
This seems to be a pretty cool little scriptlet. How you considered updating it to an XML scriptlet (COM based)instead of a DHTML scriptlet? Also, I think that you should add a couple of more properties to allow the user to set the Background color and also use custom images without having to alter the scriplet code.
|johnthompsonreynolds on Dec 17, 1999 at 1:39:51 PM||Rating: 5|
Scott, That seems to have fixed it for me. Thank you.
When I first looked at this slider several months ago, it was a lot of HTML and a .js file. It is now an embedded object, using the <OBJECT data=slider.htm type=text/x-scriptlet> to effectively embedd one html page in another.
This is a very cool technique.
|Scott Isaacs on Dec 16, 1999 at 10:10:44 AM||No Rating|
The sizing bug should now be fixed.
|johnthompsonreynolds on Dec 16, 1999 at 9:44:37 AM||Rating: 3|
|I am running IE 5.0, and the slider is not sizing itself properly. The right arrow is hidden.|
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