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IE Problem

Thread began 12/07/2012 11:13 pm by Mike Perry | Last modified 12/10/2012 12:05 pm by Mike Perry | 610 views | 1 replies

Mike Perry

IE Problem

Our site had been fine in all major browsers -- no changes for months. Used many of the WA extensions in it's development. We make extensive use of jQuery for "page" transitions.

In looking at it today it doesn't work in IE 9. I get the two following errors in IE's Developer Tools:

SCRIPT5009: 'WADFP_SetProgressToForm' is undefined 
index.php, line 629 character 1

SCRIPT5009: 'Spry' is undefined
index.php, line 653 character 1

Chrome reports the same errors - the errors are not reported in Firefox or Safari and the site operates properly in all three.

Problem seems to occur in code from CSS Form Builder (Progress indicator and Validations). is the URL --

Page code attached. . .

Thanks --


ETA: Never mind -- found the issue. . .

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