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Old May 1st, 2010, 05:30 PM
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Smile JQuery Troubles- Chapter 11, Exercise 1

I have typed the code from Appendix A for Chapter 11, Exercise 1.

The slideToggle(), slides in and out. It does not stay hidden. I tried using toggle(), but that did not work either. I tried show(), & hide(), but I cannot figure out how to get it to work for this example. ???

I am using Internet Explorer 8 & Windows 7.
 
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Hi there,

Can you be a bit more specific about what works and what doesn't? What exactly are you seeing where and when?

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Hello,

When I click the link, the banner moves up and then move back down. The banner does not stay hidden.
 
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You really need to provide more information, or I won't be able to help you out.

Can you post the code you added to the pages? Can you show the final HTML for the page in the browser? Can you tell me which version of jQuery you're using?
I understand it's not working as described, but with your current problem description, all I can reply is: "well, it's supposed to work".... ;-)

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Wonder if its related to the same bug i had with IE 8 in this section. What happened is that when i wanted to use slideToggle.. it went up and down without any animation or transition at all.. when i used some META in IE8 with comptability to IE7 it worked.. and now it work whatever i have this meta added or not.. this was strange.
 
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I am sorry, but I can not give you this info at this time. I was using the Beta Versions. I noticed that the Final Visual Web Developer 2010 was out, so I tried to download it on Saturday, along with the .Net 4 Framework. It would not do so. I then tried to delete the old version. I was able to delete the Visual Web Developer, but not the Beta .Net 4 Framework. I cannot download the Visual Web Developer, without the .Net 4 Framework. So now I am in a pickle. I have no Web Developer to use. I sent a question to Microsoft's forum, but I doubt I will get a reply that tells me how to fix it. I might have to roboot my laptop, to get rid of it. This would be a shame, since my computer is only a few months old. I downloaded pictures from my old computer. I will have to get a clickfree, before I can reboot. What a mess, I got my self into. I will get you the info you request, as soon as I can. It may be a while though. Thanks for your immediate response.

If Anyone knows how to solve this problem, I would be very greatful if you would let me know the solution. Thanks.
 
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You may want to take a look at this:

http://www.hanselman.com/blog/VistaU...oWindows7.aspx

It shows you how to uninstall Beta 1, but the same applies to later versions. Once everything is gone, reboot again, and reinstall.

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I might have to roboot my laptop, to get rid of it. This would be a shame, since my computer is only a few months old
I am not sure I understand why this is such a problem, assuming you mean rebooting.

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