I do agree that the rules should be enforced but a friendlier message rather than "Unknown Exception" would be really useful. March 31, 2007 at 12:17 PM Rakesh Pai said... I was trying to put elements into a <section>...section...Worked on IE11 FF and Chrome, but not IE8. Ie8 Innerhtml Not Working If anyone could shed some light on a reason as to *why* this occurs - I'd be very interested to find out Cheers, Kev.
simon February 10th, 2011 at 11:06 am This gave me a starter for ten - thanks for posting it. Script601: Unknown Runtime Error If the string I'm sending is this: some string then the code works fine in both Netscape and IE. No trackbacks yet. my company Just lining up with everyone else bitten by this behaviour.
Since making this change doesn't change the element being touched, I don't believe that the problem has to do with an unknown or undefined element. http://www.theogray.com/blog/2009/06/internet-explorer-unknown-runtime-error Thanks for this. How To Fix Unknown Runtime Error I swear there was nothing invalid going on, A within A or anything. Unknown Runtime Error Ie8 March 27, 2008 at 9:33 AM Anonymous said...
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When does bugfixing become overkill, if ever? Innerhtml Not Working In Ie If instead of using innerHTML you use the appropriate DOM calls to build the HTML tags etc properly then you will have slightly longer code but it will be guaranteed to sample code are following.
I had a similar error when trying to add a simple A HREF. If I change the to something else, like , then that works as well. Russell Dodd August 26th, 2009 at 6:13 pm Thanks, my error was I had a document.write The following line of code works and displays the expected output: document.write('
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tags should not be nested, it's in the HTML Indeed, the HTML spec admits as much in defining DIV and SPAN elements.Finally, to round things off, IE's behaviour is almost certainly an unintentional consequence of the way it parses or http://colvertgroup.com/unknown-runtime/ie-innerhtml-unknown-runtime-error.php What do you suggest I do to obtain the affect I'm looking for?