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comment What is JavaScript, really?
:-D Nice T-Shirt
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comment What is JavaScript, really?
Oh! Wow! You are right! Now I must really up vote you twice! if you want to post the same solution at stackoverflow.com/questions/13021846/…, I'll upvote you :-) Is this IE specific? I had noticed that there were more messages coming up in the console apart from the ones I was throwing in (chrome). Do I need to check for the console object before attempting this?
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comment What is JavaScript, really?
Here - bharath.lohray.com/index.full.php is the unminified file. It does not work either (IE9).
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comment What is JavaScript, really?
This post and the research started when jQuery animation did not work on IE9 and I lied the idea of the anybrowser.org campaign and was hoping I could stick to a standard. HTML5 / CSS3 / JS. The JS ended up as the bug in my bonnet.
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comment What is JavaScript, really?
If I could upvote your answer more than once, I would have done so :-) This does help make a few things more clear. The C compilers analogy makes the situation just a little understandable :-) Except JavaScript is not compiled to binary and the end users see non/quasi-functional scripts. So am I to understand that I cannot build a page to a standard and hope to have it function on all browsers the same yet? (yet being the operative word).
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