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July 9, 2009 at 2:19 AM Rajapandian said... Shobitha & Anonymous:I don't think there's any easy alternate solution. 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 In lightning component, are only html items responsive at all? navigate here

me salvaste la vida! I've had the same problem and the issue was that I was trying to set the innerHTML on a TextBox Control that was rendered server side from ASP.NET.Just changed this to 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. Why are only passwords hashed?

For example: with the following code tucked in some remote corner of your document: February 28, 2007 November 10, 2009 at 8:50 am G.E.B says: Not for me😦 I've cleaned my code, but this doesn't help.

I didn't want to have to retrieve the article from the database when I can just send it in the post. Firefox was fine, IE was was producing the runtime error.Well I narrowed it down to the form was causing the problem. At first the name of the input field was the same as the id of the div tag. When the page loads it has value as [objectHTMLInputElement] but when it is post back, the value becomes [object] & i get error as microsoft jscript runtime error unknown runtime error

Which means if you change the p to div, the code will execute correctly, since the div element allows other block-level tags within it. check over here Didnt rwalize i had a form within a form till I found this. more hot questions question feed default about us tour help blog chat data legal privacy policy work here advertising info mobile contact us feedback Technology Life / Arts Culture / Recreation Browse other questions tagged javascript jquery html css internet-explorer-8 or ask your own question.

  • So have you any idea please let me know your suggetions.
  • I resolved my issue by setting a timer event for 250 milliseconds, such that the function called at the end of the 250 milliseconds replaces the span's innerHTML.
  • Some elements are block, and some others are inline.
  • Here it is.. //create div with document.createElement & append HTML text to it via div.innerHTML var div= document.createElement("Div"); div.innerHTML = value; //Now access the elements from Div as..
  • That's very interesting.
  • Hacky, but at least it works now...
  • After reading this post, I changed the new element from


    and as one would expect, the problem disappeared.
  • I just came across this same error, while attempting to do the same thing not via script but from a C++ program.
  • The only difference is presentational.

One of IE's more bizarre bugs, I must admit. Thanks all for the inspiration.I tried to replace a tables content, but couldn't figure out how IE would expect my code to be structured.So I wrapped a div-tag around my table 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. his comment is here Pretty unnecessary for IE8 to block that though! –Fiona - myaccessible.website Apr 19 '13 at 10:02 Got the same issue with the p tag.

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If instead of using innerHTML you use the appropriate DOM calls to build the HTML tags etc properly then you will have slightly longer code but it will be guaranteed to

June 2, 2009 at 7:24 AM Adam Lofting said... If using any and want to hide it using innerHTML..(document.getElementById("human"+blogID).innerHTML = '';)then IE got the problem...shows unknown runtime error.If someone use

may be you can solve the problem Code is working good in firefox but not working in IE7
help me on Thank you for the post.

The same calls are made for several fields, and they all work just fine, except for this one. We're trying to innerHTML an external blob of HTML into a div with Ajax. So remember the HTML structure! weblink I agree completely with you.Voracity, unlike what you have said, the CSS doesn't alter the semantics of the tags.

Here's a small example that produces the same error. Test page e.g. became:

I'm not sure if this solution helps you, but I would suspect looking for other a tags directly under the tag and Again, building a simple test program with just those few lines works, so the problem must have to do with bigger picture stuff. Yes, the 'form' tag gave me the problem while assigning to 'innerHTML', so simply not using the 'form' tag resolved the issue in IE8 and IE9.I always thought that IE was

Works correctly on Netscape. The page renders no problem, but makes for a broken DOM. September 11, 2007 at 9:08 PM jordan said... 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

April 26, 2014 at 12:55 PM haseeb anwar ul haq said... thanks......works like a charm April 25, 2008 at 4:11 AM Grateful said... Thanks so much. I was having a similar issue that was driving me nuts.

You should not have a script tag in the JavaScript section. –epascarello Sep 3 '13 at 14:02 Don't know about IE but in chrome with that fiddle I'm getting: