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QuestionHTML5 Javascript Issue Pin
John Simmons / outlaw programmer3-Dec-12 2:09
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This weekend, I wrote a HTML5 web page with some javascript. This page is composed of eight canvases, each of which displays a certain set of images. The background image is a christmas tree, and each succeeding layer displays a group of ornaments or lights. What ornaments are displayed is determined by the contents of an XML data file. It works fine in the following browsers:

- FireFox v16+
- Google Chrome 23+
- iOS Safari v5.1+

It works partially in the following browsers:

- Opera 12.11 - the background image shows up, but nothing else.
- Android 4.2 Phones - the nutcracker ornament doesn't show up

And doesn't work at all in IE9. (!) This is a *big* problem.

I haven't tried Windows Safari because I hate installing Apple crap on my system, and IE8 (and earlier) is probably a waste of time.

Here's the link to the page: Tree of hope demo[^]

And to download the page source: Zipped web site files[^]

I have no idea why IE9 and Opera refuse to work, but I suspect the problem might be similar in nature. I could really use some help here, because I know just enough about javascript to be considered a deadly weapon.

IE breaks when it tries to call context.drawImage() the first time. I thought it might be because I was only specifying the x/y coordinate, so I added the width and height, but that didn't fix it. Opera breaks in the *2nd* call to context.drawImage() - it draws the tree, but none of the ornament canvases. In both cases, the context in question is indeed valid,and the image it's trying to draw is defined (not null).
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