enter something in the "code" field and move the cursor out of the field. 4. Web Hosting Talk Team A Division Of: Penton Media Community Leaders: SoftWareRevue, anon-e-mouse, writespeak, bear, Ash, Postbox WHT Membership Sponsored Links Advertise Here All times are GMT -4. Reply With Quote 01-09-2008,08:07 AM #14 bobgr View Profile View Forum Posts Registered User Join Date Jan 2008 Posts 4 Originally Posted by felgall The most common cause of getElementById having Reply With Quote 07-15-2006,11:46 PM #8 ananias View Profile View Forum Posts Registered User Join Date Jul 2006 Location Avalon Posts 100 The function was fine (before you made it return
Note2: As for not using innerHTML, this is how the codebase was given to me, and in order to remove it I would need to rewrite all the ajax calls, which
The time now is 11:39 AM. Reply With Quote 07-16-2006,10:14 AM #10 ananias View Profile View Forum Posts Registered User Join Date Jul 2006 Location Avalon Posts 100 So, your call to create the tempDiv object works So both of these statements do not work: Code: theDiv.write('
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When I want to return the modified note to the database and try to copy the text displayed in a text area with the line var txt=document.getElementById(txtid).value; or var txt=document.getElementById(txtid).text; I The time now is 12:39 PM. © WebHostingTalk, 1998. Your statement is rather useless since you give no backup reasons or qualifications. Do you think we have a magic bowl, or what?
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asked 8 years ago viewed 1852 times active 8 years ago Blog Stack Overflow Podcast #91 - Can You Stump Nick Craver? I guess it is a holdover from where document.all would retrieve an element(s) on the basis of their names, tag names or id. var txt=document.getElementById('txtid'); I should have pointed out the txtid is a variable name after: var txt=document.getElementById('txtid'); txt == null You must have made a coding mistake.
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