Forum: Ruby on Rails sequence of page.visual_effect and page.replace_html

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e deleflie (Guest)
on 2009-02-20 08:46
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All,

I've got will_paginate working with AJAX (using un-obstructive
javascript, i.e. good for SEO). All good.

When the user clicks "Next >>", I want the next page of results to
fade in. But the problem seems to be (in the code below) that both
page.replace_html and page.visual_effect get called at the same time.
So the new div starts to fade in, then gets drawn completely (once the
AJAX call has returned) ... then drops back to whichever fade level it
was up to, then keeps going.

page.replace_html "classical", :partial => 'view_summary', :locals =>
{ :my_files => @my_files}
page.visual_effect :Opacity, "classical", :from => 0.0, :to => 1.0,
:duration => 3

Is there a way that I can hold off running page.visual_effect until
page.replace_html has completed?

(BTW, havn't had much luck with page.delay)

Etienne
Aaron V. (Guest)
on 2009-02-20 09:30
Have you tried hiding the div right after you page.replace_html, then
using page.visual_effect :Appear?

Here's an example of how I update my comment list with the same effect.

page.replace_html 'comments', :partial => 'blog/comment', :collection =>
@comments
page.hide 'comment_' + @comment.id
page.visual_effect :Appear, 'comment_' + @comment.id
e deleflie (Guest)
on 2009-02-20 10:46
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Hi Aaron,

yeah, for some reason Appear seems to work much better than the Opacity
effect.

The only issue I have now is that the whole page jumps around when I
hide the Div ... I have to find some way of keeping its size when
hiding .... urgh... css.

Etienne
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