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blur() equivalent in firefox

 
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Hello all,

I am using blur() in my javascript file which works fine for IE but not for mozilla firefox. I was wondering if there is an equivalent function that would work in firefox?

Thanks in advance
 
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what is the line of code you are using exactly?

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And what object is passed into activeTab?

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<li><a href="#" X="return showPane('pane1', this)" id="tab1">Period 1</a></li>

where X = onClick
 
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