Any help will be greatly appreciated!!!!! Reason: Adding my Signature Reply With Quote 10-13-2006,01:10 AM #10 felgall View Profile View Forum Posts Visit Homepage Computer Consultant Join Date Mar 2005 Location Sydney, Australia Posts 7,974 innerHTML works awesome :) this blog has helped me a lot September 23, 2013 at 4:04 PM Anonymous said... it's just that the standards it sticks to aren't always the same as everyone else's. directory
Here is my example script which is working fine in all versions of Firefox: http://syn4k.site90.net/working_test/ EDIT: If the above link does not work, try this one: http://www.syn4k.freehosting.com/working_test/ You will note that So, IE doesn't seem to be perfect, but seems to be kinda stricter than Firefox. But I'd like to know if there is a good solution for this. Get rid of it.
Apparently you can't use innerHTML on a tr even if you are putting in valid td tags. So remember the HTML structure! You're probably overlooking something. I'm currently working on Errorception.
Jan 16 '07 #4 P: n/a Zeraxp On Jan 13, 6:36 pm, "John"
The actual code would look something like here
I swear there was nothing invalid going on, A within A or anything. One dissadvantage to using textnodes is it displays text and doesn't render html. If you can do something on the server, you could use something like HTML Tidy (PHP, I believe - there should be other implementations) to clean up the markup. his comment is here You could also try re-initializing them manually after the ajax call returns a response.