Apple’s Safari is definitely a work in progress with the kind of weird bugs I keep running into. One of the bugs I hadn’t documented about is overlapping audio tracks in Safari under a very special circumstance.
The issue is this: When using AJAX to load one quicktime clip over another, if the first movie hadn’t finished playing as the second movie is loaded in via AJAX, the user will hear the audio tracks of both movie clips playing at the same time. I have no idea why that is, and I am not even going try to guess. And apparently this has not been documented (or the little that I’ve found in Google) by any developer that I know of…
. In some cases, it may help to dynamically embed it in the
events can be triggered with
< body>, < iframe>, < frameset>, < img>
tags in HTML, but in reality, use of
are weird among browsers.
IE6, IE7, Firefox, Opera — support
tag, but they do not support it in the
Safari — the only loner browser that supports
tag, but NOT the
Sometimes it can really suck being a web developer.