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Should’ve looked earlier! March 11, 2007 at 12:17 PM voracity said... (Sorry for the late reply.)Ok, I guess I'm biased here, because I believe you should be allowed to insert whatever element you want Thanx buddy i solved big problem.But i am not able to implement table in IE. I changed it to div, and no more error. navigate here

Does anyone have any clue what I might look at? The problem is that the code you have posted is not the code you have troubles with. Now, I've researched this problem on the web, and found many references to it, but none of them quite addressed my specific situation, and since my experience with JavaScript is limited, Saved me a lot of time!

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And - I have no idea why Microsoft is still in business! I'm having the same exact problem, except I'm trying to include an image < img> inside of a < div> with innerHTML. Of course that would be a first -- IE barfing on something invalid that NS accepted.

August 7, 2013 at 4:09 pm Dri says: Thank you SO much!! I had exactly the same problem you are having in your blog post and I thank you for pointing out this solution. -Justin agnor August 19th, 2009 at 6:42 pm big In my case, innerHTML was failing against a div I had added to the form with createElement. Ie8 Innerhtml Not Working I found that the problem was that I had an ANCHOR with the same NAME as a DIV ID elsewhere in the page.

How that renders or behaves, or what it means, should be an entirely separate issue.According to the relevant parts of the HTML spec, you are almost certainly correct:HTML 4.01: 7.5.3 Block-level Unknown Runtime Error Ie8 December 10, 2007 at 1:01 AM siam said... should be obvious but for anyone who's dealing with forms...Please make sure that the innerHTML that ur injecting doesnt contain another "form" tag, or this error will occur also...integration is really Web site: webapplikations.com Web Resources Page:Web Resources Reply With Quote 12-06-2003,09:54 AM #4 dfh123 View Profile View Forum Posts Registered User Join Date Nov 2003 Posts 8 Ray and Khalid: Unfortunately,

I swear there was nothing invalid going on, A within A or anything. Innerhtml Not Working In Ie February 9, 2007 at 1:35 PM silentl said... Even the anchor code works fine in Netscape. Feb 26 '07 #8 This discussion thread is closed Start new discussion Replies have been disabled for this discussion.

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Thank you for this! When you click on it, it says: Unknown runtime error: jquery.datatabase.min.js line: 273 char: 171 in cases when the table has no record (and should show "No matching records found" which How To Fix Unknown Runtime Error If you are really the kind of markup nazi that I am, you'll notice that the p tag doesn't allow any block-level tags within it, and both LI and UL are Script601: Unknown Runtime Error Like this: var t = document.createElement('div'); t.innerHTML = html; thediv.appendChild(t); hope it works out for you Reply With Quote 09-10-2006,02:02 AM #7 timcharper View Profile View Forum Posts Registered User Join

Hacky, but at least it works now... check over here However, that doesn't change the way the browser handles block elements and their related behaviors - only the way it is rendered.In other words, a

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element to contain the text and appending the new element to the document body. Thanks!The improved function is as follows:function documentAppend(eleText,eleTag) { var fname="documentAppend()"; if ( this.debug ) { alert( fname + "\n\n eleTag=" + eleTag + "\n\n eleText=" + eleText );} try { // Innerhtml Ie8

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  • I've had the same problem and after 4 hours of debugging It came out that innerHTML doesn't work with IE if you have hyperlink tag opened on the element you are

The solution (if you really can't force your users to use Firefox :)) is to sobstitute the parent element with a block-level one, such as a DIV:

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