ridiculous. I'm now moving back to Firebug and the Opera debugger - virtually the same debugging features, they don't get corrupted and no massive downloads to set them up! The feature that I can't live without is the ability to mouse over a variable and see its value. IE won't tell you.
It's holding the intenet back :(Daniel15 May 19 2009I meant that IE6 is holding the web back, not the people that aren't supporting it. clear()window.console.clear();Clears messages from the console. and 3.x) Unfortunately I'm not sure what has changed.
Fortunately firebug is catching up fast in JS debugging terms (it is only missing a couple of features), and far exceeds IE in CSS debugging. Select "Choose advanced customization of applications" if you have Office 2003 4. Thanks a million for this tip. Drupal 6.8 Image/ Image Attach 6.x-1.0-alpha3 MS Internet Explorer 7 (2.x is in my sites/all/modules/ and 3.x in sites/example.com/modules/) Log in or register to post comments Comment #9 igorik CreditAttribution: igorik
The problem does not manifest under Firefox 3 with either Linux or Windows. Thanks! Object Doesn't Support This Property Or Method share|improve this answer answered Jan 21 '09 at 10:15 AnthonyWJones 145k22195274 Thank you, it helps so much –Jahangir Zinedine Jun 13 '11 at 5:58 It seems that, Internet Explorer I have to reload IE to reflect changes.
but if I try to view the source I get: So the above code is what is causing the error -- but only in IE 6 and IE 7 for some Easy! But it's up to the programmer or web page designer, not you, to fix the problem. Check This Out I got the quote from the same casette I think - some kind of radio show.
If I declare a new variable however (e.g. On img_assist_tinymce.js add the following right after line 19: //Hack to get BasePath working Drupal.settings = ; Drupal.settings.basePath = "/"; That is assuming your basePath is "/". There is a problem with the code below though: We're accidentally passing in a string to performAction rather than a function.