Another way that neatly avoids the problem:

$$('#foo').invoke('highlight');

Walter

On Jul 27, 2009, at 12:24 PM, mr_justin wrote:

>
> Do not call the Effect method with a non-existent element ID.
>
> if ($('foo')) new Effect.Highlight('foo'); // or: $ 
> ('foo').highlight();

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