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animation in Perl/CGI module does not work in any browser

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Hey,

I have a file loading CSS animation in a Perl/CGI module that looks and positions as hoped in Chrome, Edge, FF, IE, and Opera. But the animation does not work in any of the browsers.

I've taken the same CSS and DIVs where the animation should appear and put that in an HTML module and the animation works as expected. Thinking there might be some sort of interaction with other parts of the program, I stripped out everything in the Perl/CGI program except the HTML skeleton, the CSS, and the DIVs. It still does not work.

The application I'm working on is written in dHTML (HTML,CSS,JavaScript,Perl/CGI). Its running on an Apache server, is up under mod_perl without error, and is running on a Windows 10 basic PC.

Any help on why the animations might not be working or a pointer to an example that works will be appreciated. Thanks.

craigt
2 Weeks Ago #1
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I loaded the HTML module with only the file loading indicator in the iframe in the CGI module and the animation worked. But loading the animation into a div positioned on top of the iframe or any where else in the CGI and the animation does not work.
1 Week Ago #2

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