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Calendar, Next/Prev Images Not Rendering in Firefor

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  • Steve Clason
    Hi, I m attempting a straightforward implementation of a simple calendar. It works fine in all browsers I ve tested except Firefox. In Firefox (version
    Message 1 of 4 , Apr 24, 2006
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      Hi,

      I'm attempting a straightforward implementation of a simple calendar. It
      works fine in all browsers I've tested except Firefox. In Firefox
      (version 1.5.0.2) the "Previous" and "Next" images and links don't
      render completely. The <img> is there with the right className, but
      there is no source attribute.

      The generated source code looks like this:

      <div class="calheader">
      <a href="javascript:cal1.previousMonth()">
      <img class="calnavleft">
      </a>
      April 2006
      <a href="javascript:cal1.nextMonth()">
      <img class="calnavright">
      </a>
      </div>

      The example at:
      http://developer.yahoo.com/yui/calendar/examples/default/index.html
      does the same thing on my browser.

      The relevant code[1] in calendar.js looks OK to me.

      Has anyone encountered this, and (more importantly), found a way around
      ths issue? I'd appreciate any help you might offer.


      [1](starts at line 2605)
      var linkLeft = document.createElement("A");
      linkLeft.href = "javascript:" + this.id + ".previousMonth()";
      var imgLeft = document.createElement("IMG");
      imgLeft.src = this.Options.NAV_ARROW_LEFT;
      imgLeft.className = this.Style.CSS_NAV_LEFT;
      linkLeft.appendChild(imgLeft);

      var linkRight = document.createElement("A");
      linkRight.href = "javascript:" + this.id + ".nextMonth()";
      var imgRight = document.createElement("IMG");
      imgRight.src = this.Options.NAV_ARROW_RIGHT;
      imgRight.className = this.Style.CSS_NAV_RIGHT;
      linkRight.appendChild(imgRight);


      --
      Steve Clason
      Web Design & Development
      Boulder, Colorado, USA
      www.topdogstrategy.com
      (303)818-8590
    • Cecil Vermule
      I have FF 1.5.0.2, and it works fine for me. Be sure your imports are in the order that is specified and used in the examples, otherwise you may be trying to
      Message 2 of 4 , Apr 24, 2006
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        I have FF 1.5.0.2, and it works fine for me.  Be sure your imports are in the order that is specified and used in the examples, otherwise you may be trying to utilize the variables before they are declared.

        On 4/24/06, Steve Clason <stevec@...> wrote:
        Hi,

        I'm attempting a straightforward implementation of a simple calendar. It
        works fine in all browsers I've tested except Firefox. In Firefox
        (version 1.5.0.2) the "Previous" and "Next" images and links don't
        render completely. The <img> is there with the right className, but
        there is no source attribute.

        The generated source code looks like this:

        <div class="calheader">
          <a href="javascript:cal1.previousMonth()">
            <img class="calnavleft">
          </a>
          April 2006
          <a href="javascript:cal1.nextMonth()">
            <img class="calnavright">
          </a>
        </div>

        The example at:
        http://developer.yahoo.com/yui/calendar/examples/default/index.html
        does the same thing on my browser.

        The relevant code[1] in calendar.js looks OK to me.

        Has anyone encountered this, and (more importantly), found a way around
        ths issue? I'd appreciate any help you might offer.


        [1](starts at line 2605)
        var linkLeft = document.createElement("A");
        linkLeft.href = "javascript:" + this.id + ".previousMonth()";
        var imgLeft = document.createElement("IMG");
        imgLeft.src = this.Options.NAV_ARROW_LEFT;
        imgLeft.className = this.Style.CSS_NAV_LEFT;
        linkLeft.appendChild(imgLeft);

        var linkRight = document.createElement("A");
        linkRight.href = "javascript:" + this.id + ".nextMonth()";
        var imgRight = document.createElement("IMG");
        imgRight.src = this.Options.NAV_ARROW_RIGHT;
        imgRight.className = this.Style.CSS_NAV_RIGHT;
        linkRight.appendChild(imgRight);


        --
        Steve Clason
        Web Design & Development
        Boulder, Colorado, USA
        www.topdogstrategy.com
        (303)818-8590




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      • Steven Peterson
        Steve, I have double-checked this, and I m also unable to recreate this issue. I m also not seeing generated source without the src attribute set. My generated
        Message 3 of 4 , Apr 24, 2006
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          Steve,

           

          I have double-checked this, and I’m also unable to recreate this issue. I’m also not seeing generated source without the src attribute set. My generated source includes it (when looking at the YDN example), and I am also using FF 1.5.0.2. Is there any more information you can provide?

           

          Steven Peterson

          Web Developer, Platform Engineering

          Yahoo!


          From: ydn-javascript@yahoogroups.com [mailto:ydn-javascript@yahoogroups.com] On Behalf Of Cecil Vermule
          Sent: Monday, April 24, 2006 10:12 AM
          To: ydn-javascript@yahoogroups.com
          Subject: Re: [ydn-javascript] Calendar, Next/Prev Images Not Rendering in Firefor

           

          I have FF 1.5.0.2, and it works fine for me.  Be sure your imports are in the order that is specified and used in the examples, otherwise you may be trying to utilize the variables before they are declared.

          On 4/24/06, Steve Clason <stevec@...> wrote:

          Hi,

          I'm attempting a straightforward implementation of a simple calendar. It
          works fine in all browsers I've tested except Firefox. In Firefox
          (version 1.5.0.2) the "Previous" and "Next" images and links don't
          render completely. The <img> is there with the right className, but
          there is no source attribute.

          The generated source code looks like this:

          <div class="calheader">
            <a href="javascript:cal1.previousMonth()">
              <img class="calnavleft">
            </a>
            April 2006
            <a href="javascript:cal1.nextMonth()">
              <img class="calnavright">
            </a>
          </div>

          The example at:
          http://developer.yahoo.com/yui/calendar/examples/default/index.html
          does the same thing on my browser.

          The relevant code[1] in calendar.js looks OK to me.

          Has anyone encountered this, and (more importantly), found a way around
          ths issue? I'd appreciate any help you might offer.


          [1](starts at line 2605)
          var linkLeft = document.createElement("A");
          linkLeft.href = "javascript:" + this.id + ".previousMonth()";
          var imgLeft = document.createElement("IMG");
          imgLeft.src = this.Options.NAV_ARROW_LEFT;
          imgLeft.className = this.Style.CSS_NAV_LEFT;
          linkLeft.appendChild(imgLeft);

          var linkRight = document.createElement("A");
          linkRight.href = "javascript:" + this.id + ".nextMonth()";
          var imgRight = document.createElement("IMG");
          imgRight.src = this.Options.NAV_ARROW_RIGHT;
          imgRight.className = this.Style.CSS_NAV_RIGHT;
          linkRight.appendChild(imgRight);


          --
          Steve Clason
          Web Design & Development
          Boulder , Colorado , USA
          www.topdogstrategy.com
          (303)818-8590




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        • Steve Clason
          ... Thanks to both of you for your help. Apparently I have a corrupt Firefox installation or an extension that s stepping on things. Anyway, my problem is
          Message 4 of 4 , Apr 24, 2006
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            Steven Peterson wrote:

            >
            > I have double-checked this, and I’m also unable to recreate this issue.
            > I’m also not seeing generated source without the src attribute set. My
            > generated source includes it (when looking at the YDN example), and I am
            > also using FF 1.5.0.2. Is there any more information you can provide?

            Thanks to both of you for your help. Apparently I have a corrupt
            Firefox installation or an extension that's stepping on things. Anyway,
            my problem is apparently local, although I haven't figured it out yet.

            --
            Steve Clason
            Web Design & Development
            Boulder, Colorado, USA
            www.topdogstrategy.com
            (303)818-8590
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