yes, with tables in IE, you have to explicitly attach <tr> tags to a
<tbody> not a <table>
- Ken Snyder
On 11/18/08, Jonathan Rosenberg <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
> Not much info to go on, but ... are you using tables? If so, did you
> include tbody, tfoot & thead elements?
> Jonathan Rosenberg
> Founder & Executive Director, Tabby's Place
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> > From: email@example.com [mailto:
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> > Behalf Of Outpost
> > Sent: Tuesday, November 18, 2008 12:30
> > To: Prototype & script.aculo.us
> > Subject: [Proto-Scripty] Creating New Dom elements with Prototype don't
> display in IE, hmm?
> > Hi,
> > I am writing a simple calendar script. Using Prototype (1.6) I update
> > the calendar's table creating and inserting new elements (TR, TD) for
> > the days in to the DOM, applying Click Events to the TD along the way.
> > The calendar works great on everything but IE(6,7), where the calendar
> > simply disappears when it is initialized.
> > In IE I have verified the new DOM elements have been created, they
> > simply do not display in the browser, no errors reported by the
> > browser either.
> > If I change the script to generate the calendar as an HTML string and
> > use the Element.update(htmStr) it displays in IE just fine, however I
> > loose the ability to add Click Events to the calendar days while I
> > generate the new calendar.
> > Any ideas why IE simply will not display the new DOM elements?
> > Any thoughts?
> > Michael Klauss
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