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Works in IE but not other browsers - Galleria, jquery

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The following page appears as required in IE6 and IE7 but in other browsers the content is not visible in the browser (browsers tested FireFox, Chrome, Safari )
http://www.mulgravefarmersmarket.com.au/gallery.aspx

The galleria code was from the sample found at:
http://devkick.com/lab/galleria/

The site was developed in ASP .Net 2.0.  The includes for js and CSS are happening in the master file. The same approach was used successfullyfor another site:
http://www.thechildrenscentre.com.au/gallery.aspx

Any ideas appreciated.
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by:Michel Plungjan
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I get the following in FF3.5

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by:t-min
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I am not sure what you mean.

You think that the opacity errors in the demo nav will impact the gallery?
They work on all browsers in the other site where I used the same gallery.

The link you provided seems to explain that child elements will inherit the opacity from parent. In the gallery I have I am using opacity for the li elements which have no descendants.





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by:Michel Plungjan
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Right. Ok, then we wait for the CSS wizards to wake up :) - I have added CSS to your TAs
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by:t-min
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Thanks for your suggestions. :)

I think I just need to try from a different angle. You have given me some ideas to try. Since I got your suggestions I have been checking with validators and tweaking.

I am also thinking I could have jquery version clash (menu requirement vs galleria requirement). On the site that I have galleria working I do not use a jquery menu. I will try to change jquery versions.
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David S. earned 500 total points
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".demo_container" has a negative z-index. IE5-7 handle negative z-indexes differently from other browsers. I recommend that you stick to using positive z-indexes.
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That was it! Fixed now, thank-you very much :)
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@mplungjan  thanks again for your help. You were right it was a CSS issue.
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