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"Internet Explorer" "Operation aborted" and "Menu Control"

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I was wondering if anyone knows whether MS has a fix for the Menu
Control. If the page is loading while you mouse over a menu control
with child menus that pop out, you can generate the following error in
IE.

Internet Explorer cannot open the Internet site...
http://www....

Operation aborted

It would be nice if the menu's javascript logic was disabled until the
page was fully loaded.

Oct 4 '07 #1
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Here's a theory:

If you were to put an ASP.net AJAX UpdatePanel control in place of the
Menu control, then update the UpdatePanel on client page load and use
that to put in the Menu control, then the menu control's plain HTML
table code would not be painted until it were downloaded in its
entirety because it's not streaming AJAX.

The UpdatePanel would at first contain the Menu control, but it's CSS /
display/ property would be set to /none/ (by class). This is so the
page would get the proper <script src=.../>'s when it first loads. The
second time it would not have that CSS class set, so it's /display/
property would default to /block/ and it would paint.

If you would like to give this a try but don't have a complete idea of
how to implement it, please don't hesitate to ask.

-Michael Placentra II
On Oct 4, 2:28 pm, rmgala...@galaware.com wrote:
It would be nice if the menu's javascript logic was disabled until the
page was fully loaded.
Oct 4 '07 #2

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