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October 23, 2006, 3:11 pm
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I do not have a link to point you to at this time, sorry. It's an
I have some JS code that hides the current div, sets the tabnumber
passed in as the current tab number, then shows that tab. As I switch
between different tab groups, I hide the current tab and then send the
first tab of the new group to the show tab function.
If I pick a later tab, then switch to a new tab group, when the divs
display there's a "ghost" button and text area which appear that are
blank. This is repeatable in IE 6 and 7. When I mouse over the span
in which they sit they dissappear. When I use alerts to tell me which
variable is being hidden and shown, this does not occur- no ghost form
I'm reviewing this now. A coworker suggested I'm over using the
show/hide functionality. Has anyone seen this before? Again, as soon
as I can get a working public example to show you, I will.
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