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What does 'object has no properties' really mean

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Firefox often tells me that one of my objects has no properties; and, I really don't know how to respond.
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  1. //code line:
  2. document.getElementById("nearWater").focus();
  4. //error message:
  5. document.getElementById("nearWater") has no properties
Can anyone shed some light on what it really wants?
Jan 9 '09 #1
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basicly it says that:

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  1. document.getElementById("nearWater")
doesn't return you what you expect ... probably a null-value because the element doesn't exist or doesn't exist in this context or might not be reday to be retrieved ...

kind regards
Jan 9 '09 #2

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