Maybe vml:group should have been inline or inline-block, but I don't see any reason why they can't just be defined as block-level elements.Anyway, there are other problem cases as well. Element ProhibitionsWhich seems fairly permissive, except the DTD still only allows inline children for paragraphs.The reason I came across this issue is because of excanvas. Say hi to me at rakeshpai at gmail.com. You also have to make sure that no element has an ID that is the same as another element's NAME. http://stackoverflow.com/questions/13817999/innerhtml-issue-in-ie8-and-below
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Uh... http://analysedesgeeks.com/unknown-runtime/ie7-innerhtml-unknown-runtime-error.html Its very helpful to us. If anyone could shed some light on a reason as to *why* this occurs - I'd be very interested to find out Cheers, Kev. You can create a textNode and append to it. –marekful Jul 5 '15 at 14:23 1 @marekful ... Innerhtml Ie8
what can I do ?????
woulda been chasing my tail for much longer with that wonderful "Unknown runtime error"Was trying to add an ID to a table and update with js, not a good idea apparently.Thanks WOW!!!!!!!!!!!tank you sooooooooooo muuuuuuuuch...i tried to blame microsoft for this kind of error.. The whole purpose of this was to avoid going to the database again. Changed that to a div and everything worked fine. –Matthias Kleine Sep 24 '15 at 11:34 add a comment| up vote 2 down vote Great, I had the same situation with
Typically this error means that IE can not write to a particular element becuase it did not find it. Join Date Nov 2003 Location Jerryville, Tejas Posts 11,715 You're not really simply changing the tag, right? I've noticed that IE seems to have trouble with a lot of code that Firefox tends to just take for granted. his comment is here How can I make my work available to the community, when it is in conference proceedings that are not online and self archiving is not allowed?
I don't know why that would matter, but it's IE.) –Pointy Jul 5 '15 at 14:48 You are quite right. This works very well in Firefox, then I tried it in IE and got the very useful error "Unknown runtime error", thanks. Already have an account? I can share my code too if that helps, although it's basically the same as the original code posted here.
This was precisely what what happening for me. How can I make my work available to the community, when it is in conference proceedings that are not online and self archiving is not allowed? SOme obbjects do not output HTML . . June 2, 2008 at 4:28 AM Anonymous said...
I hope it helps someone. Another cause of the "Unknown runtime error" is attempting to write to elements that are read-only in IE.