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Thread began 8/05/2009 9:03 pm by jonathan.meilleur385477 | Last modified 9/14/2009 3:06 pm by jonathan.meilleur385477 | 1620 views | 3 replies


this also affects the working of the dynamic dropdown

I have a page that has this centering problem in IE8 but not in Firefox.

Also in IE8, the dynamic dropdown won't work and it gives a javascript error on a particular line number. I just reported this on a different thread about that error.

Anyway, when I try making the change suggested here for the centering problem (moving the array creation down below the head tag), I get a different javascript error on a different line, with a different behavior. Now, instead of the second menu not showing any items, it shows all items, not filtered by the first list. This behavior happens in both Firefox and IE.

The page after I move the array creation below the head tag can be found at
profile.ddtest.php. You'll have to login to get to it. You can use username and password both equal to newer. The page with the array code higher up is at profile.php. It shows the centering problem and the dynamic dropdown won't work at all.

Any help?

Barbara Grosh

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