You never know. December 31, 2008 at 4:30 AM Sebastiaan said... but it's obvious IE8 still has random IEisms, and proves that when it comes to supporting IE, that even now you have to fully test even the most minor of code I hope it is not that. navigate here
My problem was also the nested tags. April 3, 2012 at 9:30 pm Marcel says: This has also been driving me crazy. Saved me a lot of time! share|improve this answer answered Feb 9 '11 at 10:06 Giulio Roggero 1,121119 1 At least with IE8 + the title element, you can do: document.getElementsByTagName('title').text = 'My Title'; –Andrew Jan
July 11, 2012 at 3:33 pm Jade says: Why are you using ajax to re-load so much of the page? May 22, 2007 at 12:42 AM Danno said... WOW!!!!!!!!!!!tank you sooooooooooo muuuuuuuuch...i tried to blame microsoft for this kind of error.. I was looking for a solution but I solved it by myself.
Every time you're doing an ajax call the facebook buttons aren't smart enough to initialize again. Thanks for this. I agree completely with you.Voracity, unlike what you have said, the CSS doesn't alter the semantics of the tags. Great post, and great discussions.
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I had a similar problem with "Unknown runtime error" from IE, FF and Chrome were just fine. https://jadendreamer.wordpress.com/2009/06/02/internet-explorer-fix-unknown-runtime-error-using-innerhtml-ajax/ Therefore if you try to set innerHTML for these elements IE8 notify alter with Unknown Runtime Error. How To Fix Unknown Runtime Error When I read this I realised that one of the elements was a TR and one was a TD and the TD was working. Innerhtml Ie8 The very end of the page had an unclose p just before the end of the form element.
For example: with the following code tucked in some remote corner of your document: