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April 25, 2008 at 12:52 AM Pavan said... Thanks everyone, I solved multiple problems based on this page (IE's innerHTML issues using the swap solution above, and the "function name matches element id" problem with IE).I now hate IE Not Javascript, since I don't really deal with that much myself, but it's a common event to have some CSS that works perfectly in other browsers, then IE balks and refuses Considering I've never seen such a thing though, I thought I'd bring this to your attention. http://analysedesgeeks.com/unknown-runtime/internet-explorer-unknown-runtime-error-javascript.html

Here is the call stack: compileNodes [angular.js] Line 4502 Script compile [angular.js] Line 4437 Script Anonymous function [angular.js] Line 1006 Script $eval [angular.js] Line 8926 Script $apply [angular.js] Line 9006 Script You never know. What exponent law have I violated? September 25, 2012, Potheek says: Thanks a lot, that was helpful :) December 5, 2012, Emily says: I was trying to update innerHTML of table. http://stackoverflow.com/questions/13817999/innerhtml-issue-in-ie8-and-below

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I didn't want to have to retrieve the article from the database when I can just send it in the post. What I was trying to do was clear the contents of a table but apparently it doesn't like me feeding just a "" as its content, whereas it doesn't complain when Update request using table alias How does Quark attract customers to his bar given that the drinks and food can be gotten free from a replicator? However, in this case, XML/XHTML has nothing to do with anything; HTML is a separate specification with its own rules, and MSHTML (IE's HTML parser) is only an HTML parser.

Of course everything works fine in Firefox (why isn't Microsoft out of business yet?). Any help will be greatly appreciated!!!!! I had this same problem with the "Unknown Runtime Error" in IE 8 - code worked fine in Firefox and Safari... Unknown Runtime Error In Ie11 Thanks.



... For example: with the following code tucked in some remote corner of your document: February 28, 2007 Similar topics I am getting this javascript error "unexpected call to method or property access" Javascript error when using Mozilla Browser Getting JavaScript error: "Cannot assign to '[string]'" javascript error: "Object Look at the following code for example.

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Say hi to me at rakeshpai at gmail.com. else alert("obj didn't exist with id=="+id); Perhaps that's part of your problem, perhaps not. Adding this check should allow it to work for both IE and Firefox: if(document.getElementByID) { //Open standards method var obj=document.getElementById("myDiv"); } else if(document.all) { //IE method var obj=document.all['myDiv']; //Note the brackets So no problem, right?Pulled my hair out trying to figure out what was happening until I thought maybe I was using a reserved keyword....

The whole purpose of this was to avoid going to the database again. Thanks for this post. Does anybody have any idea why this would be occurring? I had the same problem with IE.The reason was that the name of the javascript function was the same as the name of the div from witch I wanted to change

It's just that they didn't copy the strictness, apparently. what can I do ????? To start viewing messages, select the forum that you want to visit from the selection below. If the content is coming from a third party, you should consider setting up a proxy on your server to clean up the markup.

Some elements are block, and some others are inline. But after some trial and error I found that the innerHTML gave a conflict because of the appearance of an object with the same name as the id I was referring Thank you for the post. February 17, 2009 at 7:20 AM Floris said...

Should’ve looked earlier! i am using ie6, too. Similarly, blockquotes are, as their name betrays, blocks, and there are plenty of cases where they too should be considered part of a paragraph. Thanks for the bit of info I found here.

January 24, 2009 at 6:28 PM Anonymous said... Secondly we are inserting a list item (li) into this paragraph, without having a unordered list (ul) as a parent element of this list item. Uh... Took a bit of looking to figure it out.