Not the answer you're looking for? Only Microsoft knows.But I guess we should be thankful that the parser isn't so strict -- I bet the parser is clamoring to throw errors for all sorts of invalid things And - I have no idea why Microsoft is still in business! I agree completely that this is not a good error message at all, but really, IE is enforcing correct W3C block/inline tag recommendations here - something Firefox is not doing. my review here
I tried loading an entire page into a
tag - it failed (obviously), changing it to a
I lost my valuable 2 hrs to fix.. I received the same error the OP described, and played around with my HTML trying to figure out why I couldn't write to a div within a p tag. Equation goes outside the boundary with eqnarray environment!
I'm currently working on Errorception. How to make it work in IE ?? March 29, 2012 at 1:38 AM Anonymous said... Maybe vml:group should have been inline or inline-block, but I don't see any reason why they can't just be defined as block-level elements.Anyway, there are other problem cases as well.
thanks again! this page June 2, 2008 at 4:28 AM Anonymous said... Damn board ate half my example. –Paul Nov 3 '10 at 3:44 still a good point! –frequent Oct 26 '12 at 9:53 add a comment| up vote 8 down Here is some information that might help: The program uses the "xbDOM" routines for cross-browser compataibility. Ie8 Table Innerhtml Unknown Runtime Error
I can't think of a use-case. I've been trying to add a
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