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kokila devi
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Joined: Feb 18, 2010
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hi,
I've a problem in browser, my project is running perfectly in mozilla firefox but it is not working properly in internet explorer. please help me to solve this problem its very urgent.
Bear Bibeault
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IE doesn't follow the standards that all other browser follow, so it's frequently a source of problems. If you need to support IE along with other browser you need to incrementally test as you develop.

Without further information, there's not much else to say.


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kokila devi
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thanks for your reply sir....
David Newton
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How can we help? You don't even say what the problem *is*.

Please see ItDoesntWorkIsUseless and TellTheDetails.
Bart Stanz
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Joined: Feb 06, 2010
Posts: 13
Javascript that works in one browser and doesn't in another is a common annoyance developers face. You should always be testing on multiple browsers (and incrementally). Also, using javascript/ajax frameworks (dojo toolkit, jquery, prototype, etc) helps to increase compatibility in browsers when using heavy javascript/ajax.

Please tell us exactly what the problem is though, otherwise we don't know how to help you.


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David Newton
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I think that's what we said.
 
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