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I agree completely with you.Voracity, unlike what you have said, the CSS doesn't alter the semantics of the tags. I do agree that the rules should be enforced but a friendlier message rather than "Unknown Exception" would be really useful. r51 2007-08-17 07:34:47 UTC #3 You shouldn't put block level elements inside inline elements. Please send a follow up if I'm wrong. http://crimsonskysoftware.com/unknown-runtime/unknown-runtime-error-javascript.html

I was simply updating the innerHTML of a SPAN within a surrounding DIV. I found the best way to avoid IE errors when using innerHTML is to create a new div and swap them:someHtml = 'Some Html Text';oldDiv = document.getElementById('oldDivId');newDiv = document.createElement(oldDiv.tagName);newDiv.id = oldDiv.id;newDiv.className A div is a block element, and nothing can change that.You can use CSS to *render* a block element as an inline element. Number sets symbols in LaTeX How big can a planet be The Finslerian version of the Nash embedding theorem Why was Susan treated so unkindly?

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PromoteJS Blog Archive ► 2012 (1) ► August 2012 (1) ► 2011 (3) ► June 2011 (1) ► May 2011 (1) ► January 2011 (1) ► 2010 (2) ► October 2010 It's not the behavior everyone else has, but by no stretch of imagination is it wrong. IE is very picky about this and Firefox is not. Thanks for this.

  • i've been looking everywhere for that answer!
  • createTextNode() does not do this. //var theNewEleText = document.createTextNode(eleText); //theNewEle.appendChild(theNewEleText); theNewEle.innerHTML = eleText; // append the new element to the end of the document document.body.appendChild(theNewEle); } catch(ex) { alert(fname + "\n\n
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      1. If two topological spaces have the same topological properties, are they homeomorphic?
      2. The Machine is Us/ing Us IE's Unknown Runtime Error When Using innerHTML ► 2006 (3) ► November 2006 (1) ► February 2006 (1) ► January 2006 (1) ► 2005 (45) ►
      3. Just use jquery innerhtml$(id).html('String'); April 15, 2011 at 5:10 PM saTya said...

    You can read more here: http://blog.rakeshpai.me/2007/02/ies-unknown-runtime-error-when-using.html Here's a similar question that might help you: Fixing "unknown runtime error" in IE8 Here's another link on the same thing, and specifically the "form I found that the problem was that I had an ANCHOR with the same NAME as a DIV ID elsewhere in the page. How strange is it (as an undergrad) to email a professor from another institution about possibly working in their lab? You can put your divs inside tables and it'll work fine, but God help you if you try to use javascript to change their [email protected]: why don't use just use the

    thanks again! Unknown Runtime Error Ie8 Just adding, lookup for your whole html, dont lay your eyes in the changing tag. Why cast an A-lister for Groot? I use facebook buttons on my websites and it's never caused a problem for me so you probably have a nested form tag somewhere.

    i have checked my code and replaced div tag.but still these are not uploaded July 9, 2012 at 2:24 pm Jade says: Make sure you don't have nested form tags. Changing the code so that they're both TDs fixes it, which means that it is a rather non-obvious problem caused by the structure of tables. LOADS of people want to replace some node via innerHTML property however, I not only want to do this but I ALSO want to replace it with javascript. December 4, 2010 at 5:29 AM Ryan said...

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    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. See: InnerHTML issue in IE8 and below Why is document.getElementById('tableId').innerHTML not working in IE8? How To Fix Unknown Runtime Error We recommend upgrading to the latest Safari, Google Chrome, or Firefox. Script601: Unknown Runtime Error thanks you help me to find that it's not working also with the , so I replace them with < p >< /p > and on onclick action...perfect :-)6 hours to

    I had a similar problem with "Unknown runtime error" from IE, FF and Chrome were just fine. check over here If two topological spaces have the same topological properties, are they homeomorphic? Why does my capsule collider fall without my object (Unity)? So have you any idea please let me know your suggetions. Innerhtml Ie8

    busy 2007-08-17 02:12:59 UTC #2 instead of innerHTML try this bodyText.value='whatever'; I had this problem recently. I was trying to replace innerHTML with a

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    IE was the first to have it, and thus its behavior (including unwanted errors) is the closest thing to a standard there is. I was having the same problem as mentioned above and able to find out one suitable solution. gracias!!en ingles:thanks!!

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    Given a limit with notation f, how would you solve? Great, except I think IE's behaviour is then wrong when doing this:

"; March 11, 2007 at 11:52 AM Rakesh Pai said... @voracity:That behavior is not wrong. Just lining up with everyone else bitten by this behaviour. Reply With Quote 08-26-2006,10:49 PM #6 kelvinj View Profile View Forum Posts Registered User Join Date Aug 2006 Posts 1 I was getting this same problem with innerHTML and here is

javascript html innerhtml runtime-error share|improve this question edited Oct 25 '11 at 16:11 asked Oct 25 '11 at 15:57 user420095 closed as off-topic by Midhun MP, Tomasz Kowalczyk, Elliott Frisch, Reto Reload to refresh your session. So have you any idea please let me know your suggetions. weblink Strange device identification Can the editor of a book add citations of individual chapters to his own citation count?

Reply With Quote 10-13-2006,12:12 AM #9 qanuj View Profile View Forum Posts Registered User Join Date Oct 2006 Posts 1 Try catch can help Just Change it like this Code: try{ Again, building a simple test program with just those few lines works, so the problem must have to do with bigger picture stuff. Join them; it only takes a minute: Sign up InnerHTML issue in IE8 and below up vote 3 down vote favorite 1 I am editing some code from a previous developer Saved me a lot of time!

Related 361JavaScript: How do I print a message to the error console?407How do I print debug messages in the Google Chrome JavaScript Console?1937Replacing all occurrences of a string in JavaScript605How to My problem was also the nested tags. This is really strange, and quite honestly difficult to reproduce with simple code. So I've placed a span around the headline with an id and the same with the body, I think it's a div on the body, doesn't really matter, problem is the

My advisor refuses to write me a recommendation for my PhD application unless I apply to his lab Does the reciprocal of a probability represent anything? "Full-time Employment is a Loophole You're using a syntacticaly correct anchor. such as textareas . . .also, innerHTML is not DOM supported (IE specific), so it would be beter to use nodes. In my case, my innerHTML was "[p][hr][/p]" and it failed. (tags adjusted for Blogger)Voracity brought up XML/XHTML.

It means you have TWO form tags, one inside of the other, and you need to get rid of ONE of them.