Porting App To Mozilla - Work On Both IE/Mozilla ?

Nov 30, 2010

I've a BIG Problem With a HUGE JS application , i'm modifying its javaScript code to work on both IE/Mozilla , currently it works fine on IE but not on Mozilla.

My main Point now is events.

Lets try with a little module, consider this function :

And it is attached in this place like :

This works fine in IE , i want to modify it to work on Mozilla.

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Porting - App - Doesn't Work Properly On Mozilla Browsers

Nov 22, 2010

First, We 've a course registeration Web app that was developed in .NET/javascript.

In brief, the students login, then the available courses is drawn to him (as DIVs) to select courses then apply registeration.

Of course , the dynamic part of selecting/highliting courses is done in javascript as a clientside Javascript.

The problem that this app was developed with no x-browser compatibility in mind (e.g firefox and chrome). it works fine on IE , ofcourse doesn't work properly on Mozilla browsers.

Now, i want to modify it to be mozilla compatible , i spent time inspecting it (functions and classes, "yes the developer made a javascript classes") .

Is there a tool or something that porting to mozilla ?

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Jul 16, 2009

had this in browsers areas but people told me I should put it here in Javascript because more people here would probably have seen it before and know why it happens. I have basic Javascript that rotates images. I've noticed any kind of Javascript code that rotates images has this same problem only in Mozilla. When the images rotate in Mozilla in between the rotations, Mozilla browser adds a little colored square that represents a blank image that are able to be seen does anyone know why Mozilla Browser adds that? For example when looking at this page in Mozilla can see it. if you know if this is some Mozilla problem with Javascript and images. Doesn't happen with IE and other browsers shows the images only and nothing else.

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Jul 20, 2005

could you kindly help me to solve a compatibility problem that involves
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I created a html page that contains a form (its name is "Modulo") and some
text boxes. After clicking on a button, a popup appears.
I tried to modify the text of "Testo" textbox from the popup windows by
using the following javascript code:

window.opener.Modulo.Testo.value=window.opener.Mod ulo.Testo.value + " This
will be added to Testo textbox!";

The code is correctly run by Internet Explorer and the "Testo" textbox in
the calling html page is successfully updated.

When I try to open these pages with Mozilla, the javascript code that should
update the textbox is ignored. How can I solve this problem?

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Jul 23, 2005

The following code used to popup a window when I used netscape 4.79.
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winContent =window.open(newContent,'nextWin','screenX=0,scree nY=20,width=600....);

<a href="javascript:newWindow('foo.html')"

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I am trying to use the following javascript function to open a new window. It works fine for IE browsers, but not Mozilla.

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function AddRow()
var morerow=document.getElementById("tbl")


Also, why are you mixing DOM standard with innerHTML?

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Jul 23, 2005

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Here's the script's function:

<script type="text/javascript">
function change()

Then you create the text you want to change colour in a paragraph with
id "text":

<p id="text"> Here is where you type your text. </p>

This works beautifully in IE and Opera, but does absolutely nothing in
Mozilla-based browsers. Can I do anything to this script to make it
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Whats the actual problem ?

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I have an 'input' that is of type= "image", and name="butt",
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In IE (6) I used [document.theform..butt.disabled=condition] and it worked
fine. However, in a Mozilla (latest vers, no number avail) it doesn't see
this as an object. As a workaround I declared a global var 'theButton' and
used 'onLoad="theButton=this;"' within that 'input' to set the value, and
this works fine in both Moz & IE.

Having to use a global var is not a problem, but I would like to know why
the original attempt didn't work in both browsers? The 'form' that 'butt'
is a member of contains 1 select, 3 type="text" inputs, and finaly the
type="image" input.

Perhaps Moz doesn't add an 'input' of type="image" to the collection if the
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Jul 20, 2005

I have this script and I want to adapt it to the DOM of most / all well
known browsers like mozilla and netscape.. at the moment it only works in
ie4+ en ns6. can anybody give me some hints?
This is used for making a tree <li><ul>

var ns6 = document.getElementById && !document.all;
var ie4 = document.all && navigator.userAgent.indexOf("Opera") == -1;

function checkcontained(e)
var iscontained = 0;
cur = ns6 ? e.target : event.srcElement;
if (cur.id == "foldheader")
iscontained = 1;
while (ns6 && cur.parentNode || (ie4 && cur.parentElement))
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iscontained = (cur.id == "foldheader") ? 1 : 0;
cur = ns6 ? cur.parentNode : cur.parentElement;
if (iscontained)
var foldercontent = ns6 ? cur.nextSibling.nextSibling :
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foldercontent.style.display = "";
cur.style.listStyleImage = "url(images/open.gif)";
foldercontent.style.display = "none";
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below work OK in IE but when I try them in Mozilla, I get an error
that says: "document.getElementById('TableX').rows is not a

thisRow = document.getElementById('TableX').rows(1);
thisRow.style.background = 'white'

Can anyone give me a clue as to how to fix this so that it will work
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anyone have a code example of using xmlhttp with mozilla, if i use the
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var response = xmlhttp.responseText;
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I am trying to disable the F5 key in Mozilla. I have the next code in
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document.onkeydown = function(){

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I have a function which dynamically adds to a table. It receives a
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<div id="tableid">

It's worth nothing that the incoming variable is a product of XSLT
transformation, so I think it's technically an XML DOM element
(although I'm not too sure on the difference between the XML DOM and
the HTML DOM).

On the incoming variable, I do getElementsByTagName("tr") and -("td")
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into the table, I create new tr and td elements, then copy the value
over, like this:

//stuff to get a column
trs = getElementsByTagName("tr");
tds = trs[i].getElementsByTagName("td");
thiscol = tds[j];

//stuff to copy the column value
new_tr = document.createElement("tr");
new_td = document.createElement("td");
new_td.innerHTML = thiscol.xml

The .xml part is a Microsoft creation, so the only works in Internet
Explorer. In anything else the column value is rendered as 'undefined'.

I'm trying to make things work in Mozilla too, but an Element node
(thiscol.nodeType gives me &#391;') doesn't have nodeValue implemented.
InnerHTML and OuterHTML are not implemented either.

How on earth are you supposed to extract a value from an XML node if
nodeValue is not defined? Am I going about things in the wrong way?

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Jul 19, 2006

I am facing problem with updating form element using javascript in
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I have a div containing form element. on submit , i am submitting the
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successfully processing i am replacing innerHTML of div with same
form. I am able to see same form on page after ajax update but when i
refill the form and submit it again..javascript is not able to find the
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This problem comes with mozilla-firefox but it works fine with IE 6 ...

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Jul 20, 2005

I embedded a javascript in HTML and tried to open the file using
mozilla 1.4 it gave me the following exception in the script on
clicking the Submit/Next button. IE was able to execute the script

Function defination
function evaluate(form)

Line making the call :
<INPUT onclick="if (validate(this.form)) evaluate(this.form);"
type=button value=Submit/Next name=B1>&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;

Mozilla Javascript console window.

Error: uncaught exception: [Exception... "Not enough arguments
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Jul 20, 2005

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Jul 20, 2005

I've a personal application I would like to script, that would
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the latest info).

Anyone know of any articles or howtos on the web for writing such an
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Jul 20, 2005

can somebody give me a minimal example of how to read xml
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Mozilla can read xml files directly and css files can
be included as well, that works for me.
But I would like to do some operations with the DOM tree.

My question is Mozilla only, I would apperciate some
minimal example (like alert(1)) and especially some
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function maak(strXML){
var objDOMParser = new DOMParser();
var objDoc = objDOMParser.parseFromString('<xml>'+strXML+'</xml>', "text/xml");

while (this.hasChildNodes()) this.removeChild(this.lastChild);
var objImportedNode;
for (var i=0; i < objDoc.childNodes[0].childNodes.length; i++) {
switch (objDoc.childNodes[0].childNodes[i].nodeType){
case 3: objImportedNode = document.createTextNode(objDoc.childNodes[0].childNodes[i].data);
objImportedNode = document.importNode(objDoc.childNodes[0].childNodes[i], true);break;
} //End: for

function getXML() {
var objXMLSerializer = new XMLSerializer();
var temp=this.childNodes.length-1;
var strXML=''
for (var i=0;i==temp;i++){

switch (this.childNodes[i].nodeType){
case 3: strXML+=this.childNodes[i].data.replace(/</g,'&lt;').replace(/>/g,'&gt;');
default: strXML+=objXMLSerializer.serializeToString(this.childNodes[i]);


return strXML;

Node.prototype.__defineGetter__("innerXML", getXML);
Node.prototype.__defineSetter__("innerXML", maak);

I've made these functions quite some time ago, and quite possibly this code is quite ugly, but it works. Obviously this would be only useful if you are a masochistic xhtml-coder and you want an easy way (kind of contradictory with a masochist) to dynamically add or remove markup/text.

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If I change it to -- if ($('.accordionShow .head a').text() == 'Hide') it works fine but I lose the ability to use 'this', which I would like to have.

The HTML is:

What I want to do is be able to identify the label as Hide or Show without getting the whole text, i.e. 'Hide the Section'. That way no matter what the label is it will work the same. And I could substring it I suppose by using the text of the <h2> tag but it seems that is unnecessary also.

Is this just another peculiarity of IE, that it doesn't use the .children(a) selector?

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