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TypeError: content.parents is not a function

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Hello,

this website is working fine with IE and Chrome : http://www.tremail.com/

but with Firefox (41) I get an error message with Firebug : TypeError: content.parents is not a function

It seem run into a loop and never load or resize image...

I tried with Linux/Windows

Could you please help me ?

Regards

Hello, this website is working fine with IE and Chrome : http://www.tremail.com/ but with Firefox (41) I get an error message with Firebug : TypeError: content.parents is not a function It seem run into a loop and never load or resize image... I tried with Linux/Windows Could you please help me ? Regards

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FredMcD
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Everything is there. But I had to use this add-on to see it;

BehindTheOverlay {web link} One click to close any overlay popup on any website. Have you ever been to a website that displays an overlay and masks the content with a transparent background before seeing its content ? This extension allows you to close easily those overlays.

Everything is there. But I had to use this add-on to see it; '''[https://addons.mozilla.org/en-US/firefox/addon/behind_the_overlay BehindTheOverlay]''' {web link} One click to close any overlay popup on any website. Have you ever been to a website that displays an overlay and masks the content with a transparent background before seeing its content ? This extension allows you to close easily those overlays.

Question owner

Ok thank you but after clicking you can not navigate ... all menu are not working !

Ok thank you but after clicking you can not navigate ... all menu are not working !
FredMcD
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jimbolino said

but after clicking you can not navigate ... all menu are not working !

Clicking what? Explain what happens.

''jimbolino [[#answer-787495|said]]'' <blockquote> but after clicking you can not navigate ... all menu are not working ! </blockquote> Clicking what? Explain what happens.

Question owner

I open website ring yellow in loop mode I use BehindTheOverlay by clicking on icon website print a static webpage, no menu is working no dynamic content

so BehindTheOverlay print a background webpage with a static menu and no link works.

Try to open www.tremail.com with chrome and firefox, left menu is working fine with chrome http://tremail.com/en/#!/page_home

I open website ring yellow in loop mode I use BehindTheOverlay by clicking on icon website print a static webpage, no menu is working no dynamic content so BehindTheOverlay print a background webpage with a static menu and no link works. Try to open www.tremail.com with chrome and firefox, left menu is working fine with chrome http://tremail.com/en/#!/page_home
jscher2000
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Is it possible that the window resize event (the handler generating the error) is triggered before loading is finished? I think content is defined on load. Anyway, I don't see a quick "hack".

Is it possible that the window resize event (the handler generating the error) is triggered before loading is finished? I think content is defined on load. Anyway, I don't see a quick "hack".

Question owner

so we are facing to a developer issue ?

so we are facing to a developer issue ?
jscher2000
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I can't tell what's going on, so I'd definitely ask the developer to take a look at it.

I can't tell what's going on, so I'd definitely ask the developer to take a look at it.