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sub-menu are not getting populated in ie 10  RSS feed

 
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hi,

i have a js file which has a line :

var subm = parent.frames[mMenu.crossSubF].document.getElementById(id);

next snippet is :

if (flEn)
{
var fl = subm.filters[0];
if (b_VER>=5.5) fl.enabled = 1;
if (fl.Status!=0) fl.stop();
}

the above code works fine in ie 8 but fails in ie 10

i debugged a little and found out :
1) subm is type DispHTMLTable in ie 8 but in ie 10 it is [ object,HTMLCollection].
2) in ie 10 it says Unable to get property '0' of undefined or null reference and this coming beacuse subm in ie 10 does not have any method named filters .


can someone help me in this regard, i want this to run in ie 10 ,,,,

following sol i have already tried using getElementByName, using [].slice.call(subm) , using innerhtml....

Thanks in advance ....


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seeker
 
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Well IE10 changed filter support and moved to SVG. Guessing that is your problem.
 
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Eric Pascarello wrote:Well IE10 changed filter support and moved to SVG. Guessing that is your problem.



So how do i resolve this ? any help would be much apprecaited.

Thanks:
Gaurav
 
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I have tried to further de-bug it but i am still not getting anywhere with this.
I am sure there must be others like who faced/are facing this issue.

Can anyone come forward please?

Thanks:
Gaurav
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