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Changing style with javascript = fail :(

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Posted : Saturday, 20 August 2011, 07:23 | Permalink
spinal


Below you will see a crude attempt at a page for outputting css code for corner radii (with preview). It works fine in chrome, but fails completely in firefox (currently untested in safari), even though, as far as I can tell I am using the correct method for changing the corners from javascript.

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The above code, appears to do absolutely nothing at all, even though according to many online sources, it is the correct way to accomplish the task.

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Why can all browsers just stick to the same standard?!!

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And class, this is why we use jQuery.
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Did you manage to fix this in the end? I had a look but couldn't see anything obviously wrong.

From Firefox 4 (Gecko 2.0), you can (see notes) use CSS3 border-radius as normal - does getting rid of the MozBorderRadius code completely work?

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Posted : Thursday, 25 August 2011, 17:20 | Permalink | Mark Here
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I've just had a quick look.

Solution 1

It seems that mozBorderRadius does not work via JavaScript. This is probably because it now supports 'borderRadius', which is the proper way to set this.

In FireFox, any valid style appears to return an empty string, "". This means you can test if a style is value by using:
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... or better ...
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So my advise is to try:
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I've not tested the above, but something similar to that, should work ok in FireFox. I'm testing if each of the arguments given is undefined, and the moment I find one that is not, I set the value and return.

However it would not surprise me if WebKit and IE work entirely differently.

Solution 2

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^ jQuery, end of.

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