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    Yes, initially in the first post the broblem was in FF.
    Some time back I believe I was using two different ids. But no longer now; there is no d2.

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    As I was saying, we haven't changed anything as far as IE is concerned. So if that's a problem, it was a problem before. Or maybe you pasted code from somewhere else where you still had that #d2 in there. I copied it, then you copied it back.

    In any case, it has to be #d1. Otherwise some browsers are going to show the content briefly before fading it in. Change it to #d1 as shown in my previous post.
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    John - That did it. It works perfectly now in FF as well as in IE. Thank you so much. You're a genius.

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