Be wary of using direct access to the childNodes array.  IE represents
all text nodes, even those that are just a newline character for your
HTML markup as an item in the childNodes array, so you're probably
referencing a text node instead of the select element you intended to.

I'd give the select element an id and reference them directly.


On Sep 19, 9:32 am, "Justin Perkins" <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
> Why don't you use Prototype methods?
>
> $(field).select('select').each(function(control){
>   control.selectedIndex = 0;
>
> });
>
> -justin
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