On 11/14/05, Roger Ineichen <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
> This is a bug, please add a issue to the bugtracker!
> The parser engine tries to interprete the <div> tag.
Though this is most certainly a contentious feature, this is not a bug
in the parser, but a bug in the template itself. The parser is a bit
stricter than most browsers. If you don't agree, please read the HTML
4.01 specification very carefully before following up; this has been
discussed to death many times.
> I guess the normal hacks used in onther script languages will
> work. Try this:
> document.write('<d'+'iv id="LOADING_DOCUMENT_HINT">Loading document.
> Please be patient...</d'+'iv>');
No, that won't work; the *template* still has the same bug. Try this:
document.write('<'+'div id="LOADING_DOCUMENT_HINT">Loading document.
Please be patient...<'+'/div>');
(Note that the break introduced in the script source is between the
"<" and the next character.)
Fred L. Drake, Jr. <fdrake at gmail.com>
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