07-30-2008 09:19 AM
I'm trying to use the "display:none;" CSS property on a blackberry browser, but visibly it's not working. I also try to set height and width of my button to 0, but it still appear on the page...
Is there a solution to hide a element of one page ? (in my case an input) ?
Thanks in advance.
07-30-2008 12:07 PM
The BlackBerry Browser in current production BlackBerry handheld software release does not support the display:none property.
However, additional CSS support is available in BlackBerry handheld software version 4.6. You can try this out by testing your page using the BlackBerry Bold Simulator included in the beta release of the 4.6 BlackBerry JDE. It can be downloaded here: http://na.blackberry.com/eng/developers/devbeta.js
08-02-2008 07:59 AM
I posted this question on another thread but it seems more relevant here. I'm trying to render this url,
http://m.fodors.com/t1.php in a browserfield but it only comes up as a blank page. It works fine in
the BB browser. I've only tried this on a 7130c with 4.1.03 and not sure if it works on anything
else. I tried playing with rendering options etc but nothing changed. I'm also not sure what the
debugging strategy is here since you just send the http connection to the classes and wait.
I've got an httpconnection wrapper class so I guess I could at least see how far it reads into the
url(s) it tries to fetch but I thought there may be some known reason this doesn't work.
08-03-2008 04:53 PM
This seems to work now, it was failing silently in eventOccured() trying to popup a Dialog on the wrong thread.
Now, if I can get https to work most everything should be fine.
FWIW, I developed a reasonably well instrumented test browser. I
08-03-2008 08:44 PM
I'm trying to use the "display:none;" CSS property on a blackberry browser, but visibly it's not working.