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  • Hi,

    Did you ever figure this out? I am just about to start working on the exact same project.

    Unfortunately, no… I had to resort to a different solution and dropped AJAX altogether. Hope you have better luck on finding a workaround.

    I solved this,

    Here is a demo – http://schillings.huntingtonwebdesign.com/

    3 easy steps in the file advanced-ajax-page-loader/ajax-page-loader.js

    1) is set fadeout from “slow” to 0
    2) is set fadein from “slow” to 0
    3) is comment out the line document.getElementById(AAPL_content).innerHTML = AAPL_loading_code;

    Original Code looks like,

    ————————————————-
    //start changing the page content.
    jQuery(‘#’ + AAPL_content).fadeOut(“slow”, function() {
    //See the below – NEVER TRUST jQuery to sort ALL your problems – this breaks Ie7 + 8 😮
    //jQuery(‘#’ + AAPL_content).html(AAPL_loading_code);

    //Nothing like good old pure JavaScript…
    document.getElementById(AAPL_content).innerHTML = AAPL_loading_code;

    jQuery(‘#’ + AAPL_content).fadeIn(“slow”, function() {
    ————————————————-

    New code looks like this,

    ————————————————-
    //start changing the page content.
    jQuery(‘#’ + AAPL_content).fadeOut(0, function() {
    //See the below – NEVER TRUST jQuery to sort ALL your problems – this breaks Ie7 + 8 😮
    //jQuery(‘#’ + AAPL_content).html(AAPL_loading_code);

    //Nothing like good old pure JavaScript…
    //document.getElementById(AAPL_content).innerHTML = AAPL_loading_code;

    jQuery(‘#’ + AAPL_content).fadeIn(0, function() {
    ————————————————-

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