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Animated gif freeze when window.location.href is set

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Hi,

In my login page when the user click the login button he's redirected to another page with javascript using window.location.href.

When the user press the login button a animated gif appear so he knows something is loading but when I change the window.location.href the animated gif stop working.

I found a workaround in IE doing this :

               var loadingFigure = $('#loadingImage');
               var html = loadingFigure.html();            
               window.location.href = returndata.message;
               loadingFigure.html(html);

But is not working in firefox and I have a lot of users that use firefox so I need the busy indicator to continues working.

Anyone have a workaround.

Here my HTML for the gif

                <figure id='loadingImage' class="animationCreateAccount">                    
                    @Resource.TooltipLoading
                </figure>
Hi, In my login page when the user click the login button he's redirected to another page with javascript using window.location.href. When the user press the login button a animated gif appear so he knows something is loading but when I change the window.location.href the animated gif stop working. I found a workaround in IE doing this : var loadingFigure = $('#loadingImage'); var html = loadingFigure.html(); window.location.href = returndata.message; loadingFigure.html(html); But is not working in firefox and I have a lot of users that use firefox so I need the busy indicator to continues working. Anyone have a workaround. Here my HTML for the gif <figure id='loadingImage' class="animationCreateAccount"> <img id='loadingIndicator' src="/images/loading.gif" alt="@Resource.TooltipLoading" title="@Resource.TooltipLoading"/> </figure>

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I finally found I work around, I added an iframe, is not the best approach I'm agree but sometimes you need to do some workaround.

Here how I did it.

<iframe id="myIframe" src="/images/busy.gif" title="@Resource.TooltipLoading" scrolling="no" frameborder="0"></iframe>

And the js

 $('#myIframe').attr('src', '/images/busy.gif');
 window.location.href = 'mylocation'       
 $('#myIframe').attr('src', '/images/busy.gif');
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I finally found I work around, I added an iframe, is not the best approach I'm agree but sometimes you need to do some workaround.

Here how I did it.

<iframe id="myIframe" src="/images/busy.gif" title="@Resource.TooltipLoading" scrolling="no" frameborder="0"></iframe>

And the js

 $('#myIframe').attr('src', '/images/busy.gif');
 window.location.href = 'mylocation'       
 $('#myIframe').attr('src', '/images/busy.gif');

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