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Ivor
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Hey guys I’m having this issue:

I’m using the jQuery Color plugin to animate some elements. This example is working flawlessly in Firefox but in webkit fails. Any ideas why this plugin doesn’t work in Webkit? Did you have this issue before? [Apparently is a common issue]

$(".main_sidebar ul li a").hover(function() {
        $(this).stop().animate({ backgroundColor: "#f1f1f1" }, 200);
    },function() {
        $(this).stop().animate({ backgroundColor: "#ffffff" }, 200);
});
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Ahh – didn’t know about that. Also check out jQuery UI’s implementation.

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Ahh – didn’t know about that. Also check out jQuery UI’s implementation.

I did and now is working in webkit but not in Firefox lol

EDIT : Is working now – I’m using jQuery UI Core + Effects Core (16kb)

Thanks so much for the help Jeffrey.

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organicbee
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Ahh – didn’t know about that. Also check out jQuery UI’s implementation.

I did and now is working in webkit but not in Firefox lol

EDIT : Is working now – I’m using jQuery UI Core + Effects Core (16kb)

Thanks so much for the help Jeffrey.

if it works in firefox opera and IE, why not use css3 check the sandbox(note Ive only set it upfor chrome and safari)

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Ahh – didn’t know about that. Also check out jQuery UI’s implementation.

I did and now is working in webkit but not in Firefox lol

EDIT : Is working now – I’m using jQuery UI Core + Effects Core (16kb)

Thanks so much for the help Jeffrey.
if it works in firefox opera and IE, why not use css3 check the sandbox(note Ive only set it upfor chrome and safari)

Why not jQuery and a CSS3 fallback if JavaScript is disabled? ;)

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organicbee
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Ahh – didn’t know about that. Also check out jQuery UI’s implementation.

I did and now is working in webkit but not in Firefox lol

EDIT : Is working now – I’m using jQuery UI Core + Effects Core (16kb)

Thanks so much for the help Jeffrey.
if it works in firefox opera and IE, why not use css3 check the sandbox(note Ive only set it upfor chrome and safari)
Why not jQuery and a CSS3 fallback if JavaScript is disabled? ;)

haha +1

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