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Post your question and get tips & solutions from a community of 418,571 IT Pros & Developers. Last edited by konithomimo; 09-10-2006 at 08:14 AM. God bless you man, was fighting with this for several days until finally decided to paste the error in Google :)This doesn't seem to happen in IE9, so even though it's Apparently you can't use innerHTML on a tr even if you are putting in valid td tags. useful reference

It took me several hours of debugging on a Saturday to figure that one out... Adding this check should allow it to work for both IE and Firefox: if(document.getElementByID) { //Open standards method var obj=document.getElementById("myDiv"); } else if(document.all) { //IE method var obj=document.all['myDiv']; //Note the brackets I could insert the innerHTML without the form, but as soon as I added the "form" tag to the innerHTML, there was the damn runtime error.Finally, I checked over my code Of course that would be a first -- IE barfing on something invalid that NS accepted. http://stackoverflow.com/questions/13817999/innerhtml-issue-in-ie8-and-below

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I changed it to 'typer' and it all worked fine.The funny thing about this is that it WAS working fine. div.childNodes[0]; This works find for IE and Mozilla....!! July 2, 2007 at 6:50 AM Anonymous said... Ie11 Innerhtml Not Working Element ProhibitionsWhich seems fairly permissive, except the DTD still only allows inline children for paragraphs.The reason I came across this issue is because of excanvas.

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Lookup for your whole html, dont focus on the changing tag only. September 18, 2008 at 8:29 PM Anonymous said... The onclick event is part of the code being replaced by the DoSomething function.