Keep your original order of HTML and see what it does. If I remember correctly, it was added to firefox at 1.5. I appreciate the advice. Not the answer you're looking for?
menu.container.style.left = newLeft + "px" : menu.container.left = newLeft; } // this function calculates the window's width - different for IE and netscape function getWindowWidth() Am I not seeing the obvious, or could there be something with the overall desing that is causing the error? I'm a newbie so I'm not sure what I'm doing wrong. share|improve this answer answered Sep 13 '11 at 18:24 Dennis 23.3k53968 sorry about that, my code actually has the correct quotation, I just flubbed it up when writing the
Contact Us Web Developer Forum Top Powered by vBulletin Version 4.2.2 Copyright © 2016 vBulletin Solutions, Inc. Get the weekly newsletter! If anyone taking a shot at this feels they need to see the entire source let me know and I'll post it (probably not until tomorrow as it's about time to The debugger breaks at theTag of my code so I'm thinking the problem is with my InitPage() function.
I decided to create a file system object in my VB server and read the html file into the reply string. Yeah. Are non-english speakers better protected from (international) Phishing? Instead, my solution, which I am not entirely comfortable with, is to put the contents of my frameloaded() method at the bottom of the BODY, but not inside a function.
in" loop works just fine in IE7. I tried moving my function above the included statement, but just got an empty frame. It is the "for each ... in" loop that is new, and is not supported in IE7.
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