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hi,
I've a problem in browser, my project is running perfectly in mozilla firefox but it is not working properly in internet explorer. please help me to solve this problem its very urgent.
 
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IE doesn't follow the standards that all other browser follow, so it's frequently a source of problems. If you need to support IE along with other browser you need to incrementally test as you develop.

Without further information, there's not much else to say.
 
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thanks for your reply sir....
 
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How can we help? You don't even say what the problem *is*.

Please see ItDoesntWorkIsUseless and TellTheDetails.
 
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Javascript that works in one browser and doesn't in another is a common annoyance developers face. You should always be testing on multiple browsers (and incrementally). Also, using javascript/ajax frameworks (dojo toolkit, jquery, prototype, etc) helps to increase compatibility in browsers when using heavy javascript/ajax.

Please tell us exactly what the problem is though, otherwise we don't know how to help you.
 
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I think that's what we said.
 
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