On my other website Men's Fashion For Less I use a lot of jQuery plugins. I used http://www.smoothdivscroll.com/ to auto scroll a bunch of photos and to my surprise Chrome is not handling the scrolling image functionality correctly. Read on to learn how I solved it!
var img = document.getElementById('imageid');
//or however you get a handle to the IMG
var width = img.clientWidth;
var height = img.clientHeight;
You need to do one of the following things.
The <img> tag needs to have width attribute and height attribute, or they can be set via CSS script. Here's an example:
<img src='[whatever source]' width='100' height='100'/>
So that the Chrome can successfully detect the width and height of an image once it's loaded.
Why Does Google Chrome Have This Problem?
If you have any questions let me know and I will do my best to help you!