thanks so much for the response. I was under the impression that as
it was already passed to the function as an element and not the id
reference, it was already extended, but I just learned something new
then, so thanks for the incredibly fast response.
I have some other errors on IE, but I'll try to figure them out myself
Again - thanks for the great script and support through these groups!
On 17 aug, 17:57, "T.J. Crowder" <t...@crowdersoftware.com> wrote:
> You need to run your form reference through $(), e.g.:
> frm = $(frm);
> ...in order to get access to the extended methods provided by
> Prototype. See this article on the Prototype site for details.
> T.J. Crowder
> tj / crowder software / com
> Independent Software Engineer, consulting services available
> On Aug 17, 4:34 pm, "speedpac...@gmail.com" <speedpac...@gmail.com>
> > Hi,
> > I'm working on our new website, and I love prototypejs for it.
> > Unfortunately, I seem to be having an issue with Element.select when I
> > initialise my forms when the page is being opened in IE.
> > You can check the error
> > onhttp://flexin.be/site/nl/Product/details/100011.html&_s=0
> > Unfortunately, I seem to be unable to fix the issue. Does anyone have
> > any idea as to what might be causing this?
> > FF, as usual just loves the code and renders the page error-free.
> > Thanks a lot for your assistance!
> > David.
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