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JavaScript problem with IE

 
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Hi,

I have written a javascript in HTML.

It is working fine with mozilla but creates problem when I try to see it in IE (6/7).

The problem with IE is that the page is not visible on IE but when I see the "View Source" it shows all the source I have written.

I am placing here the entire code.



Please help.

I tried debugging somewhere in IE i saw visibility error.

Thanks for the hel
 
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The problem with IE is that the page is not visible on IE but when I see the "View Source" it shows all the source I have written.



View source shows what comes from the server. Does not update based on user input.

IE8 has a debugger built into it and it runs as IE7. You can also search the internet how to hook IE7/6 into different debuggers.

 
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what is in your css rule for e.className = "form26_show";



 
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Hi,

The problem has been solved.

It has nothing to do with CSS. The only problem was that </title> is missing.

We placed it and it has worked well.

Thanks
 
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