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GetAttribute('style') Not Working In IE


I'm 2 for 2 on stupid questions this works in FireFox but not in IE it's not returning the value of the style element and I'm getting [object] error??

document.getElementById('test').innerHTML = document.getElementById('id_CompanyName').getAttri bute('style');


<div class="dR4C2">
<p id="id_CompanyName" style="font-size:<%=aspNameFontSize%>px;">
<%=aspCompanyName%>
</p>
</div>

It seems to be a problem with the getAttribute('style') portion of the code because if I change the request to getAttribute('id') it executes properly....


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