Very strange, not sure if i understand completely. So there is an
internal iFrame object that is getting references from its containing
document object.  When the iframe reloads it no longer has these
references? Wouldn't a reload of the iframe force it to retrieve fresh
references as everything internal is lost?  Does the parent page take
an action on the IFrame on its initial load that isn't being taken on
the iframe refresh?



On Oct 29, 10:43 am, Thomas A <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
> The reference is the other way round. The Iframe content references
> for example buttons or divs of the surrounding html page. And if the
> iframe reloads or changes the page, it tries to rereference these
> elements but fails on IE.
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