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Spry effect DoFade come undefined when on the web

Apr 30, 2013 3:58 PM

Tags: #fade #spry #effect #cs6 #dw #undefined #dofade

Hello every one and thanks for taking some of your time to read my request.

I'm new in the world of web design and have only started a few days ago so I probably have a lot lacking..

 

So the adress of the website:

http://florianps.byethost7.com/

 

So here is my problem, I wanted the images of my front pages that I use as links to fade ( of 50 % ) when the mouse of the user go over them.

So I looked up a few tutorial and found out about the behaviours things, which seems really easy, but turned out to be a nightmare on which I now have spent two days , and cannot figure out where the problem come from..

 

When I do a preview in dreamweaver of course, everything is fine and it works perfectly.

But once the pages are uploaded on the serv ( a free server as I'm still in a test period ) the behaviours don't work anymore..

 

Here is what firefox tell me :

( dont worry for the CSS, they dont seems to really cause trouble )

 

prob1.jpg

Which bring me to the following line :

 

problem2.jpg

So here I am, I really hope some of you had the problem before and could tell me how to sort this out !!

 

Thanks for reading anyway, hope to hear from you !

 

Sincerely,

Anarsheep - Flo

 
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    Apr 30, 2013 4:09 PM   in reply to Anarsheep

    Adobe abandoned the Spry framework late last year.  So it is unlikely that you will see Spry in future releases of DW.  I no longer use Spry for anything. 

     

    Opacity can be controlled very nicely with simple CSS code and a couple of MS filters for older IE browsers.

    http://www.w3schools.com/css/css_image_transparency.asp 

     

     

     

    Nancy O.

     
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