I'm working on a legacy app, trying to implement a vertical scrollbar
for a div that has content created by a server-side script and
displayed in a set of nested <ul>s that get slided up and down on user
The sliding effect is achieved using the jQuery slideToggle function
I works perfectly well everywhere except on IE, where my script
actually let the page hang there approximately 20 seconds when the
user doesn't get prompted to kill the script. Now, I'm not creating
the div with jsPaneContainer myself, as advised in the FAQ and no
other DOM element bears that class.
I did a search on the group to search for a possible cause of the
problem I'm facing. The only reason I could find is that my problem
could be related to the fact that my scripts are loaded at the bottom
of the page like it was recommended as a best practice at yahoo a
while ago. Consequently, the script isn't using document.ready but an
auto executing function ( the ones with a set of parentheses at the
I cannot give you the url publicly because the only place you can test
it is restricted but if you have a bit of time and are ready to give
me an IP adresse, i can add you in the .htaccess.
Thanks in advance.