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    Help with 2 small problems,

    I am have some trouble with some javascript mouse roll overs,

    http://www.print2webcorp.com//model/...rketplace.html

    In this link when view in ie, and rolled over the previewad button the first image works fine, then the seconed image flickers like crazy and does not work right,

    This only works in ie

    nothing works in firefox.
    can someone please help me out, if you are going to make changes in my code can you please show me what you have done in pastebin.com


    thanks

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    In FF, I am getting an error around here (line #67)
    PHP Code:
        ht document.getElementsByTagName("html");
        
    ht[0].style.filter "progid:DXImageTransform.Microsoft.BasicImage(grayscale=1)"
    I am having trouble finding where this particular syntax is defined as
    I have not seen a 'filter' style before. Are you sure this is a valid tag?

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    I am not sure, Does it look ok?
    I thought they were valid

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    I think "filters" are just for IE...

    Try this in IE then FF.
    filters

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    Nope, That sites all messed up in ff, but ok in ie,

    can someone please help?

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    filters are not implemented in FF, which would be your problem. You're going to have to figure out if you can get rid of the filter rule or not, and if not, you'll have to come up with a separate solution for FF. I recommend dropping the filter before trying to figure the rest out.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Beagle View Post
    filters are not implemented in FF, which would be your problem. You're going to have to figure out if you can get rid of the filter rule or not, and if not, you'll have to come up with a separate solution for FF. I recommend dropping the filter before trying to figure the rest out.

    So what filter rule do you mean? and what is it filtering?

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    ht[0].style.filter


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