Last post Feb 03, 2010 11:38 AM by agustin.meriles
Dec 17, 2008 10:38 PM|Hakai|LINK
I have an icon image z-ordered in front of another image which I move around over the larger image when the button is pressed. This works well in Firefox - the icon moves and the larger image does not refresh. But in IE7, the entire page gets refreshed
each time the button is pressed, producing a very annoying blink. Debugging verifies that it is a postback in both browsers. Is there any way to prevent this in IE7?
Dec 22, 2008 05:59 AM|gravyty|LINK
//set position attributes of the image
if you do require the postback ... consider using ajax ..
Dec 22, 2008 02:42 PM|Hakai|LINK
gravyty - Thanks for your reply. I'm aware that I could move the image around with client script, but I have to use the postback to occasionally replace another image and a label's contents. However, the image under the icon (a map) is never changed. As
I said, it works smoothly in Firefox without refreshing the map image, whereas in IE the whole page blinks. Don't know what's happening in other browsers.
Is this something that Ajax could help with?
Dec 29, 2008 03:32 AM|gravyty|LINK
Ajax can definitely solve your problem ... because it allows you to do the postback ... without refreshing the page... i dont know what exactly is causing your problem since im not an expert in cross browser compat stuff .. but just give ajax a try ...
Feb 03, 2010 11:38 AM|agustin.meriles|LINK