I am able to run below code in IE but not in FireFox. Script : var prodElement = document.getElementById('moveattrribseq '); var value = " "; prodElement .add(new Option(value,value)); : This not working in FireFox
There is a problem with XMLHttpRequest and Firefox when the function that makes the asynchrounous request is called from another window. The URL of the window does not change to the next page in which i am displaying the response.
With the code as is above, the requests works fine in IE. With Firefox it throws a 403 on the page. A call to the response.php page with parameters runs correctly outside of AJAX. Changing all POST requests to GET resolves the issue, but I would prefer not to have to change ALL POST requests to GET requests.
Does anyone know of a setting on the new server that can cause FireFox (1.5.x and 2.0.x) to return a 403 with an AJAX post call?
In IE these up/down arrows works fine and pull in data, but in FireFox the divs come up with "Undefined" in the div instead of the data.. Code:
In my code (ASP.NET MVC using Nhibernate) , I do this :
Then I display the result in the DIV named "myFormDOFF" Of course, my .NET code can generate exception. I'd like when I receive an exception didn't change the content of "myFormDOFF" but display the message send by the exception in another DIV.
I have this script in a popup page where the user selects a user ID (id) and that value is then placed into one of the parent window's form text field called "userId". This script works fine in the latest Mozilla and Mozilla Firefox but not in IE 6. Any help on why this script might not work or a better way of accomplishing this task would be appreciated. Code:
Mozilla/Firefox seems to be wrong when rendered elements with sizes given in percents and that are placed into another elements with percentage sizes, if the content overflows them (of course, overflow is set to the value of "scroll")
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