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On Apr 11, 8:23 am, Rippo <i...@rippo.co.uk> wrote:
> Have you tried insert('&nbsp;) instead of a [space]?
> Thanks
> Rippo
>
> On Apr 11, 3:22 am, FigglesKoy <figgles...@gmail.com> wrote:
>
> > I noticed today that in using Elment.insert() in IE7, that if you just
> > send spaces, they won't show up.  So for example:
>
> > <div id="testid"></div>
> > <script>
> > $('testid').insert('hi').insert('   ').insert('there');
> > </script>
>
> > Will give in IE7:
> > hithere
>
> > In FF3:
> > hi there
>
> > So, FF3 will insert a single space (for 1 or more actual spaces) and
> > IE7 will do none.  I'm not sure how big of a deal this is really which
> > is why I'm posting here rather than the core group or the Lighthouse
> > ticket listing.  I suppose spacing like this might be frowned upon in
> > favor of CSS padding/margins but I thought I would mention anyways as
> > CSS might not work depending on what the developer is trying to do.
> > Note I got around it for now by using .insert('&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;)
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