Mangal Varshney: Thank you very much for your code & insight! Just use jquery innerhtml$(id).html('String'); April 15, 2011 at 5:10 PM saTya said... You should set an ID or a class on the sections you want to re-load and leave the social div untouched. On my idea it is curious to use onchange about a radio-button or a checkbox where no content can change ... -- Stephane Moriaux et son (moins) vieux Mac déjà dépassé
I agree completely that this is not a good error message at all, but really, IE is enforcing correct W3C block/inline tag recommendations here - something Firefox is not doing. Why are only passwords hashed? April 20, 2011 at 10:25 am nkasieng Safi Male malete says: My problem was [tags that arenâ€™t nested properly] Awesome article, Happy coding.
Shobitha & Anonymous:I don't think there's any easy alternate solution. Script601: Unknown Runtime Error I am unsure as to why this issue may be arising but it is preventing any of the Javascipt from working. The last ditch effort (and what I did when I faced this problem) is to let the third party know why they shouldn't write bad markup, and get them to fix http://stackoverflow.com/questions/18594244/targetelem-innerhtml-unknown-runtime-error-in-ie8 This includes things like: lists of
tags that aren't nested properly missing a closing tag like
Changed that to a div and everything worked fine. –Matthias Kleine Sep 24 '15 at 11:34 add a comment| up vote 2 down vote Great, I had the same situation with Jan 13 '07 #1 Post Reply Share this Question 7 Replies P: n/a ASM John a écrit : I haven't IE, but you could try :