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I have CSS based mouseover scrolling for divContent embeded in my webpage.It works fine in IE,but not working in mozilla-FF.
It is located at the location..
http://www.integrityads.net/fashions/collection.htm

Also it is not resolution compatible,i.e. alignment totally messed up when i increased the resolution.Plea se suggest.
Code is as follows:-
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  1. <HTML><HEAD>
  2. <meta http-equiv="Content-Language" content="en-us">
  3. <TITLE>Collections</TITLE>
  4. <META http-equiv=Content-Type content="text/html; charset=iso-8859-1">
  5. <meta name="GENERATOR" content="Microsoft FrontPage 5.0">
  6. <meta name="ProgId" content="FrontPage.Editor.Document">
  7.  
  8.  
  9. <meta NAME="description" CONTENT="Insert Description Here">
  10. <meta NAME="keywords" CONTENT="Insert Keywords Here">
  11. <script type="text/javascript" language="javascript">
  12. <!-- 
  13. function on1() 
  14. {if (!document.images) return; document.a.src = "http://bytes.com/images/1.jpg"; document.blank.src = "http://bytes.com/images/B_1.jpg";} 
  15. function on2() 
  16. {if (!document.images) return; document.b.src = "http://bytes.com/images/2.jpg"; document.blank.src = "http://bytes.com/images/B_2.jpg";}
  17. function on3() 
  18. {if (!document.images) return; document.c.src = "http://bytes.com/images/3.jpg"; document.blank.src = "http://bytes.com/images/B_3.jpg";}
  19. function on4() 
  20. {if (!document.images) return; document.d.src = "http://bytes.com/images/4.jpg"; document.blank.src = "http://bytes.com/images/B_4.jpg";}
  21. function on5() 
  22. {if (!document.images) return; document.e.src = "http://bytes.com/images/5.jpg"; document.blank.src = "http://bytes.com/images/B_5.jpg";}
  23. function on6() 
  24. {if (!document.images) return; document.f.src = "http://bytes.com/images/6.jpg"; document.blank.src = "http://bytes.com/images/B_6.jpg";}
  25. function on7() 
  26. {if (!document.images) return; document.g.src = "http://bytes.com/images/7.jpg"; document.blank.src = "http://bytes.com/images/B_7.jpg";}
  27. function on8() 
  28. {if (!document.images) return; document.h.src = "http://bytes.com/images/8.jpg"; document.blank.src = "http://bytes.com/images/B_8.jpg";}
  29. function on9() 
  30. {if (!document.images) return; document.i.src = "http://bytes.com/images/9.jpg"; document.blank.src = "http://bytes.com/images/B_9.jpg";}
  31. function on10() 
  32. {if (!document.images) return; document.j.src = "http://bytes.com/images/10.jpg"; document.blank.src = "http://bytes.com/images/B_10.jpg";}
  33. function on11() 
  34. {if (!document.images) return; document.k.src = "http://bytes.com/images/11.jpg"; document.blank.src = "http://bytes.com/images/B_11.jpg";}
  35. function on12() 
  36. {if (!document.images) return; document.l.src = "http://bytes.com/images/12.jpg"; document.blank.src = "http://bytes.com/images/B_12.jpg";}
  37. function on13() 
  38. {if (!document.images) return; document.m.src = "http://bytes.com/images/13.jpg"; document.blank.src = "http://bytes.com/images/B_13.jpg";}
  39. function on14() 
  40. {if (!document.images) return; document.n.src = "http://bytes.com/images/14.jpg"; document.blank.src = "http://bytes.com/images/B_14.jpg";}
  41. function on15() 
  42. {if (!document.images) return; document.o.src = "http://bytes.com/images/15.jpg"; document.blank.src = "http://bytes.com/images/B_15.jpg";}
  43. function on16() 
  44. {if (!document.images) return; document.p.src = "http://bytes.com/images/16.jpg"; document.blank.src = "http://bytes.com/images/B_16.jpg";}
  45. function on17() 
  46. {if (!document.images) return; document.q.src = "http://bytes.com/images/17.jpg"; document.blank.src = "http://bytes.com/images/B_17.jpg";}
  47. function on17a() 
  48. {if (!document.images) return; document.r.src = "http://bytes.com/images/17 1.jpg"; document.blank.src = "http://bytes.com/images/B_17 1.jpg";}
  49. function on17b() 
  50. {if (!document.images) return; document.s.src = "http://bytes.com/images/17 2.jpg"; document.blank.src = "http://bytes.com/images/B_17 2.jpg";}
  51. function on18() 
  52. {if (!document.images) return; document.t.src = "http://bytes.com/images/18.jpg"; document.blank.src = "http://bytes.com/images/B_18.jpg";}
  53. function on19() 
  54. {if (!document.images) return; document.u.src = "http://bytes.com/images/19.jpg"; document.blank.src = "http://bytes.com/images/B_19.jpg";}
  55. function on20() 
  56. {if (!document.images) return; document.v.src = "http://bytes.com/images/20.jpg"; document.blank.src = "http://bytes.com/images/B_20.jpg";}
  57. function on21() 
  58. {if (!document.images) return; document.w.src = "http://bytes.com/images/21.jpg"; document.blank.src = "http://bytes.com/images/B_21.jpg";}
  59.  
  60.  
  61.  
  62.  
  63.  
  64. var imgslist = new Array(
  65. "http://bytes.com/images/B_1.jpg",
  66. "http://bytes.com/images/B_2.jpg",
  67. "http://bytes.com/images/B_3.jpg",
  68. "http://bytes.com/images/B_4.jpg",
  69. "http://bytes.com/images/B_5.jpg",
  70. "http://bytes.com/images/B_6.jpg",
  71. "http://bytes.com/images/B_7.jpg",
  72. "http://bytes.com/images/B_8.jpg",
  73. "http://bytes.com/images/B_9.jpg",
  74. "http://bytes.com/images/B_10.jpg",
  75. "http://bytes.com/images/B_11.jpg",
  76. "http://bytes.com/images/B_12.jpg",
  77. "http://bytes.com/images/B_13.jpg",
  78. "http://bytes.com/images/B_14.jpg",
  79. "http://bytes.com/images/B_15.jpg",
  80. "http://bytes.com/images/B_16.jpg",
  81. "http://bytes.com/images/B_17.jpg",
  82. "http://bytes.com/images/B_17 1.jpg",
  83. "http://bytes.com/images/B_17 2.jpg",
  84. "http://bytes.com/images/B_18.jpg",
  85. "http://bytes.com/images/B_19.jpg",
  86. "http://bytes.com/images/B_20.jpg",
  87. "http://bytes.com/images/B_21.jpg", 
  88. "http://bytes.com/images/1.jpg", 
  89. "http://bytes.com/images/2.jpg", 
  90. "http://bytes.com/images/3.jpg", 
  91. "http://bytes.com/images/4.jpg",
  92. "http://bytes.com/images/5.jpg",  
  93. "http://bytes.com/images/6.jpg",
  94. "http://bytes.com/images/7.jpg",
  95. "http://bytes.com/images/8.jpg",
  96. "http://bytes.com/images/9.jpg",
  97. "http://bytes.com/images/10.jpg",
  98. "http://bytes.com/images/11.jpg",
  99. "http://bytes.com/images/12.jpg",
  100. "http://bytes.com/images/13.jpg",
  101. "http://bytes.com/images/14.jpg",
  102. "http://bytes.com/images/15.jpg",
  103. "http://bytes.com/images/16.jpg",
  104. "http://bytes.com/images/17.jpg",
  105. "http://bytes.com/images/17 1.jpg",
  106. "http://bytes.com/images/17 2.jpg",
  107. "http://bytes.com/images/18.jpg",
  108. "http://bytes.com/images/19.jpg",
  109. "http://bytes.com/images/20.jpg",
  110. "http://bytes.com/images/21.jpg"); 
  111.  
  112. var imgs=new Array(); 
  113. for (x=0; x<imgslist.length; x++) 
  114.  if (document.images) 
  115.   {imgs[x]=new Image(); imgs[x].src = imgslist[x];}  
  116.  
  117. //--> 
  118.     </script>
  119.  
  120. <SCRIPT language=JavaScript1.2>
  121.  
  122. //Browsercheck
  123. ie=document.all?1:0
  124. n=document.layers?1:0
  125.  
  126. /*********************************************************************************
  127. These are the variables you have to set:
  128. *********************************************************************************/
  129.  
  130. //The speed of the timeout between each scroll.
  131. timSpeed=50
  132.  
  133. //The height of the container (change this when it scrolls to much or to little)
  134. contHeight=170
  135.  
  136. /*********************************************************************************
  137. This is the object constructor function, which applies
  138. methods and properties to the crossbrowser layer object
  139. *********************************************************************************/
  140. function makeScrollObj(obj,nest){
  141.         nest=(!nest) ? '':'document.'+nest+'.'
  142.         this.css=(n) ? eval(nest+'document.'+obj):eval('document.all.'+obj+'.style')
  143.         this.scrollHeight=n?this.css.document.height:eval('document.all.'+obj+'.offsetHeight')
  144.         this.top=b_gettop
  145.         return this
  146. }
  147. //Getting the top for the top method
  148. function b_gettop(){
  149.         var gleft=(n) ? eval(this.css.top):eval(this.css.pixelTop);
  150.         return gleft;
  151. }
  152. //Variables
  153. var scrollTim;
  154. var active=0;
  155. /*********************************************************************************
  156. The scroll function. Checks what way to scroll and checks if the
  157. layer is not already on top or bottom.
  158. *********************************************************************************/
  159. function scroll(speed){
  160.         clearTimeout(scrollTim)
  161.         way=speed>0?1:0
  162.         if((!way && oScroll[active].top()>-oScroll[active].scrollHeight+contHeight) || (oScroll[active].top()<0 && way)){
  163.                 oScroll[active].css.top=oScroll[active].top()+speed
  164.                 scrollTim=setTimeout("scroll("+speed+")",timSpeed)
  165.         }
  166. }
  167. //Clears the timeout so the scroll stops, this is called onmouseout.
  168. function noScroll(){
  169.         clearTimeout(scrollTim)
  170. }
  171.  
  172. /*********************************************************************************
  173. Initilizes the page, makes a oScroll Array and calls the object constructor.
  174. Here you can add as many scrollObjects as you want
  175. *********************************************************************************/
  176. function scrollInit(){
  177.         oScroll=new Array()
  178.         oScroll[0]=new        makeScrollObj('divScroll1','divCont')
  179.         oScroll[0].css.visibility='visible'
  180. }
  181. /*********************************************************************************
  182. Executes the scrollInit function on pageload.
  183. *********************************************************************************/
  184. onload=scrollInit;
  185. //-->
  186. </SCRIPT>
  187.  
  188. <SCRIPT language=JavaScript>
  189. <!--
  190. function MM_preloadImages() { //v3.0
  191.   var d=document; if(d.images){ if(!d.MM_p) d.MM_p=new Array();
  192.     var i,j=d.MM_p.length,a=MM_preloadImages.arguments; for(i=0; i<a.length; i++)
  193.     if (a[i].indexOf("#")!=0){ d.MM_p[j]=new Image; d.MM_p[j++].src=a[i];}}
  194. }
  195.  
  196. function MM_swapImgRestore() { //v3.0
  197.   var i,x,a=document.MM_sr; for(i=0;a&&i<a.length&&(x=a[i])&&x.oSrc;i++) x.src=x.oSrc;
  198. }
  199.  
  200. function MM_findObj(n, d) { //v4.0
  201.   var p,i,x;  if(!d) d=document; if((p=n.indexOf("?"))>0&&parent.frames.length) {
  202.     d=parent.frames[n.substring(p+1)].document; n=n.substring(0,p);}
  203.   if(!(x=d[n])&&d.all) x=d.all[n]; for (i=0;!x&&i<d.forms.length;i++) x=d.forms[i][n];
  204.   for(i=0;!x&&d.layers&&i<d.layers.length;i++) x=MM_findObj(n,d.layers[i].document);
  205.   if(!x && document.getElementById) x=document.getElementById(n); return x;
  206. }
  207.  
  208. function MM_swapImage() { //v3.0
  209.   var i,j=0,x,a=MM_swapImage.arguments; document.MM_sr=new Array; for(i=0;i<(a.length-2);i+=3)
  210.    if ((x=MM_findObj(a[i]))!=null){document.MM_sr[j++]=x; if(!x.oSrc) x.oSrc=x.src; x.src=a[i+2];}
  211. }
  212.  
  213. function MM_displayStatusMsg(msgStr) { //v1.0
  214.   status=msgStr;
  215.   document.MM_returnValue = true;
  216. }
  217. //-->
  218. </SCRIPT>
  219. <script type="text/javascript">
  220. <!--
  221. function changeCaption(text) {
  222.    if(document.getElementById) {
  223.       document.getElementById("caption").innerHTML=text;
  224.    }
  225. }
  226. // -->
  227. </script>
  228. </head>
  229.  
  230.  
  231.  
  232. <STYLE>#divControl {
  233.     RIGHT:195px; WIDTH: 2px; POSITION: absolute; TOP: 8px}
  234. #divCont {
  235.     RIGHT: 170px; WIDTH: 520px; CLIP: rect(0px 480px 190px 0px); POSITION: absolute; overflow:hidden; TOP: 200px; HEIGHT: 200px; align: center
  236. }
  237. .clScroll {
  238.     FONT-SIZE: 10px; LEFT:0px; VISIBILITY: hidden; COLOR: #90aace; FONT-FAMILY: verdana, Arial; POSITION: absolute; TOP:0px
  239. }
  240. A:link {
  241.     COLOR: #ffffff; TEXT-DECORATION: none
  242. }
  243. A:visited {
  244.     COLOR: #ffffff; TEXT-DECORATION: none
  245. }
  246. A:active {
  247.     COLOR: #ffffff; TEXT-DECORATION: underline
  248. }
  249. A:hover {
  250.     COLOR: #ffffff; TEXT-DECORATION: underline
  251. }
  252. </STYLE>
  253. <script type="text/javascript" src="simpletreemenu.js">
  254.  
  255.  
  256. </script>
  257.  
  258. <link rel="stylesheet" type="text/css" href="simpletree.css" /></head>
  259. <META content="Microsoft FrontPage 5.0" name=GENERATOR></HEAD>
  260. <BODY text=#ffffff style="background-image: url('images/background.jpg');background-repeat: no-repeat;" leftMargin=0 topMargin=0 marginwidth="0">
  261. <TABLE height="644" cellSpacing=0 cellPadding=0 width=1000 border=0>
  262.   <!--DWLayoutTable-->
  263.   <TBODY>
  264.     <TR> 
  265.  
  266.      <td rowspan="3" width="335" height="649"><img src="http://bytes.com/images/B_1.jpg" width="309" height="466" name="blank"></td>      
  267.       <TD width=568 height="39" vAlign=top colspan="3"> </TD>
  268.     </TR>
  269.     <TR> 
  270.       <TD height="340" width="312"></TD>
  271.       <TD height="340" align="left" width="37">
  272.  
  273. <br><br><br><br><br><br>
  274. </TD>
  275.       <TD height="340" align="left" width="219">
  276. <ul id="treemenu1" class="treeview">
  277. <li><font face="Arial" size="2"><u><a href="index.htm"><font color="#FF4E0C"><u>Fashion</u></font></a><font color="#FF4E0C"></li>
  278. </font> </u>
  279. </font>
  280.  
  281. <li><u><font color="#FF4E0C" face="Arial" size="2">Collection</font><font color="#FF4E0C"></li>
  282. </font> </u> 
  283.     <font color="#FF4E0C"> 
  284.     </u> 
  285.     </font> 
  286.     <ul>
  287.     <li><u><font face="Arial" size="2"><a href="collection.htm">
  288.     <font color="#FF4E0C">
  289.     <u>Collection 1</u></font></a></font></u></li>
  290.     <li><u><font face="Arial" size="2"><a href=""><font color="#FF4E0C"><u>Collection 2</u></font></a></font></li>
  291.     <li><u><font face="Arial" size="2"><a href=""><font color="#FF4E0C"><u>Collection 3</u></font></a></font></u></li>
  292.     </ul>
  293. </li>
  294. <li><u><font face="Arial" size="2"><a href=""><font color="#FF4E0C"><u>About Us</u></font></a></font></u></li>
  295.  
  296. <li><u><font face="Arial" size="2"><a href=""><font color="#FF4E0C"><u>Contact Us</u></font></a></font></u></li>
  297. </ul>
  298. <b>
  299. <script type="text/javascript">
  300.  
  301. //ddtreemenu.createTree(treeid, enablepersist, opt_persist_in_days (default is 1))
  302.  
  303. ddtreemenu.createTree("treemenu1", true)
  304. </script>
  305. <p>
  306. <p></TD>
  307.     </TR>
  308.     <TR> 
  309.       <TD height="215" valign="top" width="532"><p align="justify"><font size=2 face="arial" color="#ff4e0c"><span id="caption">This beautiful churidaar kameez is an epitome of elegance and class.Kameez has self woven patterns spread all over. Neckline,sleeve ends and shirt hem have been further decorated by embroidered borders. Contrasting churidaar has been retained simple. Dupatta has embroidered borders.</span></font></p><br><br><p align="right"><a href="#"><img border="0" src="http://bytes.com/images/request a quote.jpg" width="150" height="29"></a></TD>
  310.       <TD height="215" valign="top" width="256" colspan="2"></TD>
  311.     </TR>
  312.   </TBODY>
  313. </TABLE>
  314. <DIV id=divControl style="width: 11; height: 250">
  315. <P>&nbsp;</P>
  316. <P>&nbsp;</P>
  317. <P>&nbsp;</P>
  318. <P>&nbsp;</P>
  319. <P>&nbsp;</P>
  320. <p></P><A 
  321. onmouseover="up.src='images/up_over.gif';scroll(10);MM_displayStatusMsg('Up');return" 
  322. onfocus=if(this.blur)this.blur() onmouseout="up.src='images/up.gif';noScroll()" 
  323. href="javascript:void(0)" document.MM_returnValue><IMG height=12 
  324. src="http://bytes.com/images/up.gif" width=17 border=0 name=up></A></P>
  325. <P><BR><br><br><br><br><br><br><br><A 
  326. onmouseover="down.src='images/down_over.gif';scroll(-10);MM_displayStatusMsg('Down');return" 
  327. onfocus=if(this.blur)this.blur() 
  328. onmouseout="down.src='images/down.gif';noScroll()" href="javascript:void(0)" 
  329. document.MM_returnValue><IMG height=12 src="http://bytes.com/images/down.gif" width=17 border=0 name=down></A></P></DIV>
  330.     <DIV id=divCont>
  331.     <DIV class=clScroll id=divScroll1 style="width: 755; height: 495"> 
  332. 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Apr 23 '09 #1
3 2589
acoder
16,027 Recognized Expert Moderator MVP
If you've got this script from somewhere, then abandon it and get a more modern version.

PS. this is a JavaScript question, so I've moved it to the JavaScript forum.
Apr 23 '09 #2
drhowarddrfine
7,435 Recognized Expert Expert
@PrabodhanP
Don't know about the javascript part but you will never get IE to attempt to perform like more modern browsers, such as FF and all the others, without a proper doctype. Add this to the first line of your markup:
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  1. <!DOCTYPE html PUBLIC "-//W3C//DTD HTML 4.01 Transitional//EN"
  2.    "http://www.w3.org/TR/html4/loose.dtd">
  3.  
Unfortunately/fortunately, this will bring IE out of the last century but will change how it looks and you may need to rewrite some of your markup. Also, you are using FrontPage as your editor so we have to use the transitional doctype. New web pages should never do that unless you use older, deprecated markup which, unforuntately again, this is what FrontPage does.

But validate the page and let's see where things fall once you do this.
Apr 23 '09 #3
pronerd
392 Recognized Expert Contributor
The scrolling is working in Firefox for me.
Apr 29 '09 #4

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