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  1. The thing is, '+colour+' results in 'colour' as an entire string. I wan't to have the ' ' as a string and pass in colour like a variable.
  2. I want to do the following: var colour = blue; fill: 'colour', Thank you
  3. Hi, the html file is showing that it has changed the value in the XML file, but when I open the XML file nothing has changed. var status=xmlDoc.getElementsByTagName("Seats"); alert(status[2].getElementsByTagName("Status")[0].childNodes[0].nodeValue); //Unbooked status[2].getElementsByTagName("Status")[0].childNodes[0].nodeValue = "Booked"; alert(status[2].getElementsByTagName("Status")[0].childNodes[0].nodeValue); //Booked So, it changes from "Unbooked" to "Booked" but it doesn't change in the XML file. What's going on?
  4. I just found out that if I put a fadeIn() just before the bounce that it works, like so: jQuery('#big-photo img').attr('src', path).fadeIn(0); jQuery('#big-photo img').attr('src', path).effect("bounce", 300); but that doesn't seem like a good practice.
  5. Hi, this is for an image gallery. I have certain images that have a different hover effect. When I hover over the image for the first time it bounces in the big image slot. When I hover to another image and then back to the "bounce" image it doesn't display as bouncing. In fact, no image is displayed in the big image slot. Thank you //When hover $('.photos4 li').hover( function(){ //Small hoverable image - set opacity to 1 $(this).find('img').stop().fadeTo('slow',1);
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