I use a subnav and subsubnav with the following code. It works in all popular browsers as desired, except in Chrome (latest version), which don't open subnav-2I've tried several methods without success. The classes subnav-1 and subnav-2 are li elements. Maybe someone can tell me where is the problem.
I'm trying to augment Object.prototype with an addEvent method that will add event listeners, and will work regardless of whether the browser is IE or not.Here's what I have: So far it seems to work in non-IE browsers, but in IE8 it doesn't work. Where am I going wrong?
I've got here a sample of my function which is supposed to fade a certain piece of text to another colour. This line is then located in a for loop and it works pretty well in IE 6. However, in Firefox, and thus I assume it will be the same in Netscape and Mozilla, it gives a problem with the: getElementById('main_txt'). Due to that in setTimeout("",) it requires the "" signes and thus I can not use the same ones in the getElement part. IE has no problem with using '' in there, Firefox, however, does. Can anyone think of how to get around this and make firefox do this?
I have some script that when used in conjunction with a button highlights all the text between 2 tags to make it easier for copying, it works great in IE but doesn't work in firefox. Here's the script and the button is below.