I minified my code to what you said.. didnt solve the issue :P The
solution is much easier.. IE6 doesnt understand this CSS rule;
#id.class{} (no space)

.class{} or #container .class{}  even though this is much worser cause
the classname can be applied to other elements too.. it solves my

When will IE6 stop existing? ^^

On 1 apr, 05:17, RobG <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
> On Mar 31, 7:32 pm, Roland <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
> > Here's some snippet code i use in my script:
> > target.writeAttribute('class', '').update('');
> I expect it is because you are not adding Prototype.js's extra methods
> to the object that is target.  Presumably it is a DOM object, so
> before the above line initialise target as:
>   var target = $(this.content);
> > if(Object.isString(this.opt.className))
> > target.addClassName(this.opt.className);
> Why test if opt's className is a string - can it possibly be any other
> type?  Consider just adding it, and since target either doesn't have a
> className or you've changed it to an empty string, all three lines can
> be replaced by:
>   target.className = this.opt.className;
> --
> Rob
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