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When answering a question please: Read the question carefully. Melvin Saludos U.S.A Edited by Melvindev Wednesday, August 19, 2009 8:18 AM Wednesday, August 19, 2009 8:16 AM 0 Sign in to vote u can try this by adding this code Of course I was kidding about complicated procedures. I'm working on a possible solution. Check This Out

Here it is: function showProcess() { if (Page_ClientValidate()) { document.getElementById("spanProcess").style.visibility = "visible"; setTimeout("document.getElementById('pbar').src='/images/indicator.gif';",10); setTimeout("z=document.getElementById('spanProcess');",1000); } return true; } Bhushan July 12, 2006 # re: Animated GIF images in hidden page elements It's a known bug (limitation) of IE. I have used it and it works fine on Firefox and IE7. The key part of the HTML elements is as follows: We have a hidden span

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The method I present here is the one that works best for me, and rather than launch into a big explanation, I think it would be easier just to show the Rick Strahl December 28, 2004 # re: Animated GIF images in hidden page elements It's my understanding that 'inline' is the same as ''. Below is the code I used Code:

Kurt February 08, 2008 # re: Animated GIF images in hidden page elements When i try the innerHTML trick I see the image placeholder but it does not display. With a static HTML page this doesn't matter I suppose, but with a dynamic page this would mean two loads of the page... Thanks again. Animated Gifs Not Working Iphone it failed with 200.

Anyway where do you even report IE bugs? Animated Gif Stops During Ajax Call The changeView function is trying to determine if IE browser, as I found browsers need different document callout to work (they worked when separated) but the if-then part is giving me However it opened a new one of Firefox not liking the random string on the end of the gif and displayed nothing at all!. https://forums.asp.net/t/1859139.aspx?Animated+gif+Not+Working Bhushan.

I will go through this and will let you know the result. Gif Image Not Animating But I dont know whether Option Explicit On will work in vb.net. I tried to fix this by adding Application.DoEvents(). Steve Dallas Steve www.SteveGaines.us ‹ Previous Thread|Next Thread › This site is managed for Microsoft by Neudesic, LLC. | © 2016 Microsoft.

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Works!! https://paulirish.com/2007/animated-gif-not-animating/ Should I have doubts if the organizers of a workshop ask me to sign a behavior agreement upfront? Animated Gif Not Animating The GIF will display, but it is not animated.My latest attempt does not work at all; just not getting this one: Load Box Animated Gif Not Working In Ie11 Obviously I'm missing something.

This is how I did it:

I'm guessing this will make the div visible first then load the his comment is here Two of the contributors posted helpful javascript routines, but I got the best results from combining bits of both of them:I've tested it in IE6, IE7, Firefox 2.0.0.6, Safari 3.0.3

dataigh June 02, 2005 # re: Animated GIF images in hidden page elements setTimeout worked fo me too. If this is the case can anyone recommend a different method of adding some kind of animated activity indicator that will work across most popular browsers? showWaitPage =function { blehbleh your code bone.elem.style.visibility = "visible";//the function ended here document.getElementById("YourElement").innerHTML = ""; Thanks all and hope this works for most people! http://pgelections.com/animated-gif/animated-gif-not-working-in-ie7.html I want to show an animated gif file when the processes run.

Vlad Kout February 07, 2007 # re: Animated GIF images in hidden page elements in CSS:body.siteBar div#sb_main span#sb_label_loading{ /*background: url('progress.gif') no-repeat fixed left;*/ height: 16px !important; /*padding-left: 18px !important;*/}body.siteBar div#sb_main div#sbarBody Html Gif Not Animating This version does not include the file upload so it happens pretty fast (with a file upload it is more obvious that the .gif stops), if you watch closely though you'll Which all appeared to work seamlessly when uploading a new image in Firefox.

The spinner is meant to show the user that the form is being submitted.

If not you should. My submit button hasa "onclick=foo()", and after I added the timeout line to the end of foo(), it worked. The concept @Gabriel mentioned back in 2007 worked for me...In your submit, click, or whatever javascript handler function, append a querystring with a unique value to your animated image's url. Animated Gif Stops When Javascript Runs Consider making a small donation to show your support.

Solution 1 Accept Solution Reject Solution It's a common issue (was I should say as we are into IE9 now!). Forget all of that complicated scripting. But why should I use a second thread? navigate here This is outside the scope of the Animated Gif image subject but maybe it'll help someone traversing the web for an answer.

No luck with IE 7. Any clues? Simone Busoli September 11, 2007 # re: Animated GIF images in hidden page elements Should we all fill up a Connect issue report? Todo Es posible si se studia con exfuerso no importando lo de mas, Dios esta con nosotros y no hay mas sabiduria que la de Dios, Everything is posible Do not

Arka Roy August 24, 2010 # re: Animated GIF images in hidden page elements Thanks to all who responded, this was a toughie. I've read all of the solutions posted by now, and the only one I got to work was the one posted by Richard Marr on April 04, 2005Just added his code This intermediate page opens the final third page using javascript.I am displaying the wait image on the second page. But no result.

Here is the underlying link with the explanation: http://www.norio.be/blog/2008/09/animated-gif-not-working-internet-explorer Here is my revised code: $("body").append('

'); My boss is going to think I'm so smart. after declaring fso i have one more line in my code.      fso = CreateObject("Scripting.FileSystemObject") and I can display gif image in a panel if I droppd a picturebox in the Hence no issues. Beyond Heloo world...

Browse other questions tagged javascript onload gif animated or ask your own question. GIF animado IE. Not the answer you're looking for? Have tried the above methods and they're not working for me.

thanks!Sanjay Priya December 17, 2008 # re: Animated GIF images in hidden page elements Hi Sanjay,I don't know if u have got any solution but here is some way i solved