Originally Posted by Bear Bibeault Are you trying to inject valid HTML into the table?
Thanks for the response. Yes I am trying to inject HTML something like this from the xmlhttp.responseText into the page.
I even tried just injecting the rows something like this, as the element is already a table or table body(when i set the temp variable to 'display2' or 'display3'
I am just trying to think how the innerHTML works, shouldnt it be able to put/clear Html on any block which has a start and end tag? May be i will use the div tag for now, it seems more stable and works as expected. But just wanted to know did any one face the same issue, or is it not working because I am doing something wrong. Well I think I am doing it right because it works in Fireforx perfectly.
Well it wouldn't be the first time someone's found a browser problem doing a particular task -- especially with tables (which can be finicky) and I believe that IE has particular problems with innerHTML and some types of elements. I don't have a Windows instance at my disposal so I can't try to recreate your issue. [ October 19, 2008: Message edited by: Bear Bibeault ]