In my case it doesn't work.
I need to transfer some variables from js to php
Any work arounds???
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Show us the code you got that is failing
oh my code was terrible. Turns out I hadn't declare a proper id= just a name=
For IE name= was sufficient but Firefox needed id=
Sounds like you found out that IE wrongly allows document.getElementById() to work with names and IDs, instead of just IDs.
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Code for Firefox, Chrome, Safari, & Opera, then add fixes for IE, not vice versa.
It would probably be good to know that Opera behaves the same way as IE on this matter, it's not just IE.
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Yeah, Opera does some things so that it will work with pages that were coded for IE.