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Arun Vethadas .T
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My JSP page work in IE5.0 and not working in Netscape Communicator. i'm using Tomcat webserver. span class in html is also not working in Netscape. my page contains 3 frames.with button and some javascript function.
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Dharmesh Chheda
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Make sure that your java script is working properly cause at times some scripts work in IE but not in netscape... better check all your javascript in netscape at the time of coding them
and ..is your java script fuction called at the time of loading the page? if thats the case then check out the script for minor errors.
 
Arun Vethadas .T
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Originally posted by Dharmesh Chheda:
Make sure that your java script is working properly cause at times some scripts work in IE but not in netscape... better check all your javascript in netscape at the time of coding them
and ..is your java script fuction called at the time of loading the page? if thats the case then check out the script for minor errors.

Hai
problem in the <input type> For IE i put without using
<form>. In netscape its shows tag not ended properly. onclick is not working when i use <form>
 
Abhinav Sharma
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Hi arun,
First of all netscape won't take input type without form. As netscape parse the whole code if you haven't followed the proper pattern then it will show error. And also while calling input type you need to write "document.formname.inputtype.value". This is the way of calling input type in both the browser. Without document it will work perfectly in IE but not in Netscape. I hope this gives you some help.
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Yep! IE is really forgiving, while Netscape is not at all. You have to end all your tags, etc. Before putting anything out thetre make sure you verify that it works in both browsers. You can post to the HTML/JavaScript forum for more info.
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Arun Vethadas .T
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Thank u very much.
Arun.
 
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