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Cheers, -John Reply A1ien51 All-Star 15177 Points 5769 Posts Re: Why does IE8 find a JScript runtime error when other browsers don't? There are the objects that are "expected". Browse other questions tagged jquery or ask your own question. Most of the time this expression returns false AFAICT. Source

Here is the code that I downloaded from jquery. I have kept my file inside "js" folder and gave the path as: Second, If we write script tag as: instead of share|improve this Rob^_^ Tuesday, September 11, 2012 8:53 AM Reply | Quote 0 Sign in to vote i changed the script line to this and its working now script var instruct

function DisplayInstruction() { switch (instruct) { case 1: document.getElementById('startButton').disabled = true; speechpart = 1; sAtt = 's1'; answer = '3SgPrInd'; break; case 2: document.getElementById('Instructions').innerHTML = 'Step 2: Select Sep 21 '06 #4 P: n/a Michael Winter Steve Chapel wrote: [snip] Is there any IETF standard MIME type that will work across all browsers? Star 14360 Points 1539 Posts Re: Why does IE8 find a JScript runtime error when other browsers don't? Check This Out Grr IE8 is such a headache.

IE also recognizes type="text/Jscript" (watch the case) and as it's the only one ever existed browser with JScript, you can use it as a bulletproof way to execute IE-specific code (ignored But in built-in debugger is not showing in which line the problem, is always showing Line1 Char1. When I run the website with debugging, I get the below error. I unchecked the the other controls but left everythingin the other catagorieschecked.

which is $(document).ready(function() { –ᾠῗᵲᄐᶌ May 9 '12 at 21:38 if you put an alert prior to document.ready like this alert($), does it return [Object object] or undefined? –marteljn more stack exchange communities company blog Stack Exchange Inbox Reputation and Badges sign up log in tour help Tour Start here for a quick overview of the site Help Center Detailed Opera and Safari aren't among the most common or obvious browsers? :-) >For a really extended coverage there is only text/javascript withconditional compilation (IE). The real MIME type of say JScript is application/x-javascript, this type is registered on Windows platforms and used internally for WSH files and bindings.

Name: *And who are you? Hardly "bulletproof" for everyone - Firefox is certainly picky about type attributes, but Safari quite happily executes: I have also had issues where the type attribute is Make sure that your link is at the right path. Blog Sign in Join ASP.NET Home Get Started Learn Hosting Downloads Community Overview Community Spotlight Articles of the Day What's new Community Blogs ASP.NET Team Events Hall Of Fame MSDN Samples

Drag n drop did not work for me but adding links from google did.ReplyDeletesandeepFebruary 19, 2011 at 9:30 AMThanks a lot, after dragging the jquery its works fineReplyDeletePaul SApril 20, 2011