@Justin Meyer: Do you mean the red circle with the white cross in it in firebug before security error? Or an image used in the page?
Hm. I thought it might be due to the fact that im google fonts there. But also with them being deactivated it shows the same error. Other guess would be, that Im using ajax to display my content. You can find the Code here (jquery++ is currently deactivated):
http://designworlds.de. Hope this helps. If you got further questions or need a test-scenario, I can also give you my email.
Could there be a problem with stop() maybe? Removing it did not trigger that particular animate but at least the code behind it ran. Or is there a problem with location.hash? I dont know, as I didnt have the time to dive to deep into the Code of jquery++.animate().
Edit: The animate-context-code where animate is not triggered looks like this:
By removing the ' (before there was '40px') around the numbers animate is triggered once, but not again. Very weird... Without jquery++ it runs smoothly.
Edit: My next guess would be, that animate of jquery++ produces this strange behaviour, as it does handle the callback for the animation to be finished handle differently, as it applies css, which in turn is not bound to the jquery animation queue. Is that a possibility? On the other hand this does not explain the security error. Im confused...