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Jul 14, 2006

I've got a fair amount of Javascript coding that works great in IE and
Opera, but is completely ignore in Firefox and Netscape. See:

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I have a script which works just fine on Mozilla Firefox 1.0 and Netscape Navigator 7.2, but it doesn't work so well on IE 6.0...

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Is there a work around to make this work as well in IE as it does in firefox.

The page can be seen at[url]

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I have two select lists that have option lists that are created from external XML lists that contain course offerings available at different locations. Each location has a different set of course offerings. When a user selects a location, the javascript code will hide / show the option entries that correspond to the course offerings for that location. If a user selects a course offering, the javascript code will show / hide the locations that offer those courses.

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The navigator object contains strings which
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I have this code

[URL]

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Code:

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I was trying to make simple JS script, but it seems like i have problem.

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