Just to beat one of my favorite drums -- the W3C doesn't allow IDs to  
begin with numbers. An ID may begin with an alphabetical character or  
an underscore. Period. Full stop. Numbers after that first character  
are just dandy.

Walter

On May 20, 2009, at 10:17 AM, pmac wrote:

> I found the issue. IE8 does not like html element ids to start with
> numbers. If I prepend an "X_" to the id, it works fine.


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