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I swear there was nothing invalid going on, A within A or anything. Does anybody have any idea why this would be occurring? I changed it to div, and no more error. Dumb to require email addresses for comments, though.
share|improve this answer edited Dec 6 '12 at 14:16 bluish 9,4481270126 answered Nov 23 '10 at 22:53 Theo 211 add a comment| up vote 1 down vote Ohh yes - remember Thanks for this. It means that, when there is an input element as and a div element as
Cheers Khalid Message Posting Guidelines In These Forums, Please read these before posting any question. Rest of the browsers I am testing with worked fine with table. In my case, the runtime error was thrown every time new ajax content included an A tag. The source out on the public site has the code set to work with the tags, and the tag stuff is commented out.
Since making this change doesn't change the element being touched, I don't believe that the problem has to do with an unknown or undefined element. See http://support.microsoft.com/kb/239832 .Microsoft's workaround is to use the table object model instead. Because excanvas uses vml:group elements (which seem to be block-level, the w3 tech note isn't clear), you cannot insert a canvas into a paragraph in IE. This code works fine in Firefox:
I'm currently working on Errorception. These include most table tags, TR in particular. I tried loading an entire page into a
tag - it failed (obviously), changing it to a
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This code works fine in Firefox: