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#4623 wontfix css min-height / min-width breaks animation Abro
Description

In my opinion the way our method css('min-height','...') works isn't as usable as it could be in the most cases out there. maybe i'm wrong. But let's say:

$(foo).css('min-height','100px');
$(foo).animate({height: '0px'},500);

The result is that there is no effect.

Maybe it's trivial and somewhere clear. But that's a thing where writing beautiful code isn't funny anymore. It's the same if i assign '10px' or '90px' to animate.

Well ... i know it's a question of how you look at it. But what happens if a plugin adds content to my website and i cannot handle its dimensions? I think that's Creepy.

Uh and : You're doing a great job!

#5541 wontfix hide() does not hide inputs in opera9 when [content:''] is applied to them Abro
Description

Hello everyone.

Well the following is a real css-bug of Opera9. (Tested with Opera9.63/9.26, i guess it's fixed in v10 but i didn't try it.)

The Problem

When you use the css >content:''; border:1px solid #123;< on an input, then the browser inserts some empty elements and you cannot hide it anymore. If it sounds a little bit strange (why would anyone use content on form-elements?) - Some people are doing kinda extreme css-resets etc., etc.

In fact it's getting even more crazy between the versions given above. Just take look at the screenshots provided.

Conclusion

In my opinion jQuery should hide() whatever i want, no matter what my customers css looks like. I know this may cause some overhead in the jQuery source... Just tell me what you think about it.

#3063 invalid Accordion doesn't work inside a form with Firefox 2.0, perfectly works with Opera 9.27 and somehow works with IE 6.0 joern AceOfBase
Description

Accordion doesn't work inside a form with Firefox 2.0, perfectly works with Opera 9.27 and somehow works with IE 6.0.

For example, the following code doesn't work with Firefox 2.0 :
<form action="search.php" target="_blank" method="post">

<div class="accordion">

<h3>Question One Sample Text</h3>

<p> Vivamus vitae ligula1.</p>

<h3>This is Question Two</h3>

<p> Vivamus vitae ligula2.</p>

</div>

</form>

Of course, if Accordion is before the form, it works with all three mentioned browsers.

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