The general site is qcarchives.com/books and the pages to which this applies include http://www.qcarchives.com/books/exhibits/show/printhistory/donquixote/page1
I can tell you that you're getting an error "Object doesn't support this prototype or method," and that error's coming from the Prototype JS library. This error's likely being caused by some of your code that uses Prototype.
It's tough to tell which of these is doing anything in particular at a quick glance.
Hmm okay, I set up a free-standing exhibit page to test at http://qcarchives.com/books/exhibits/show/testscripts/home
I stripped out all of the other scripts and styles except one needed to create a shadow effect on mouseover in three locations on the title page. The script defines the function backImage. It works in Firefox but no go in IE. I have the URL in Trusted Sites at the lowest security settings. Not quite sure what my next steps should be to troubleshoot? Are there other IE settings I'm not aware of that could be blocking scripts? (FYI pop-up blocker is also off, not sure if that could affect it)
Since you have jQuery at your disposal, I'd recommend that you use it instead of putting code directly in
That being said, simply moving those attributes from the
span elements to their surrounding
a elements might help.
IE security settings likely don't have anything to do with this.
Thank you so much - that did the trick! Interestingly enough I had to leave it in the span tag also otherwise it doesn't work in Firefox. But having the onmouseover and onmouseout events in both the a element and the span element solves the problem. Thanks again!