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Mozilla document.create Element('script ') Blank page

When I call this...

function funcWinTopJS(){
var s = document.create Element('script ');
s.type = "text/javascript";
s.src = "Javascript/Master.asp";
document.docume ntElement.appen dChild(s)

The window goes blank in Mozilla. It works great in IE 6. Any clue?
Thanks, inadvance.


Jul 23 '05 #1
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mm*****@gmail.c om wrote:
When I call this...

function funcWinTopJS(){
var s = document.create Element('script ');
s.type = "text/javascript";
s.src = "Javascript/Master.asp";
document.docume ntElement.appen dChild(s)
A <script> element should be a descendant of the <head> or <body> but
not a child of <html> so make that
document.body.a ppendChild(s);

The window goes blank in Mozilla. It works great in IE 6. Any clue?

Probably does not result from the function itself but the way you call
the function.
Where/How do you call the function?

Martin Honnen
Jul 23 '05 #2
Well, it was in a page with frames - and it was at the top within the
script tags. I've since gotten around it - but never got it to work.
The issue is gone - but Ive found that referencing "document" when
using Mozilla is very important.

We are jsut starting to make our app cross browser compliant (only IE
before) and...well, its not fun. IE is too forgiving and makes us lazy.

Jul 23 '05 #3

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