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Not working in IE10

Thread began 9/25/2013 5:49 am by Meic Delwedd | Last modified 11/29/2013 11:25 am by Meic Delwedd | 1637 views | 3 replies

Meic Delwedd

Not working in IE10


We have multiple clients using Power CMS, which has been working fine, but now, when attempting to edit content, it doesn't work with IE10, and I get a JS error.

I have followed the steps outlined in the post below, but then it doesn't work in IE or Chrome, so have left it as it is.

I have tried to upgrade to the latest version of ckeditor, and it didn't work, neither did using the version number specified in the post. Both upgrades caused the editor to not display in IE and Chrome.

The JS error I get in IE is:

SCRIPT5022: InvalidCharacterError
editable_select.js, line 109 character 4

Where the iframe variable is declared in the below.

var iframe = document.createElement('<IFRAME src="about:blank" frameborder=0>'); =; = optionDiv.offsetHeight + 'px';'none'; = 'selectBoxIframe' + selectBoxIds;

Looking for a fix to I can roll it out to our existing clients.

Any questions, please let me know.



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