If you have worked with JavaScript at any length you are aware that Internet Explorer does not implement the ECMAScript function for Array.prototype.indexOf() [including Internet Explorer 8]. It is not a huge problem, because you can extend the...
below piece of code does not work in IE 11 it throws a syntax error in the console   g.selectAll(".mainBars").append("text").attr("x",d=>(d.part=="primary"? -40: 40)).attr("y",d=>+6).text(d=>d.key).a...
I'm using Firebug and have some statements like:  console.log("...");   in my page. In IE8 (probably earlier versions too) I get script errors saying 'console' is undefined. I tried putting this at the top of my page:  <scrip...
I want to bounce users of our web site to an error page if they're using a version of Internet Explorer prior to v9. It's just not worth our time and money to support IE pre-v9. Users of all other non-IE browsers are fine and shouldn't...
In IE, the dropdown-list takes the same width as the dropbox (I hope I am making sense) whereas in Firefox the dropdown-list's width varies according to the content.   This basically means that I have to make sure that the dropbox is wide enoug...
I'm trying to build a little calendar in JavaScript. I have my dates working great in Firefox and Chrome, but in IE the date functions are returning NaN.   Here is the function :  function buildWeek(dateText){     var headerDates='';...
window.popup = window.open($(this).attr('href'), 'Ad', 'left=20,top=20,width=500,height=500,toolbar=1,resizable=0');  $(window.popup).onload = function()         {                 alert("Popup has loaded a page");...
As detailed elsewhere, and otherwise apparently well-known, Internet Explorer (definitely version 7, and in some instances, version 8) do not implement key functions, in particular on Array (such as forEach, indexOf, etc).  There are a number of wor...
Here's something I've been having a little bit of difficulty with. I have a local client-side script that needs to allow a user to fetch a remote web page and search that resulting page for forms. In order to do this (without regex), I need...
Finding out what's selected in real browsers is as simple as:  var range = {   start: textbox.selectionStart,   end: textbox.selectionEnd }   But IE, as usual, doesn't understand. What's the best cross-browser way to do this?...

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