WIE uses JScript, which does not support const, so I compromised by changing my constant declarations to use “var” instead of const and uppercased the names of my constants to use Then suddenly it started giving me "Object expected" in IE (I have IE8) and simply stopped working in Firefox (3.6.3). After I got burned with it, I marked that whole section in the book as "stuff to not use"... EDIT 3 Tried window.show = function show() and window.hide = function hide() however still get an error in Internet Explorer.
It calls before loading the file remote.js, which contain the declaration of remoteFunction(). Regards.Rob^_^ Wednesday, May 26, 2010 2:49 AM Reply | Quote 0 Sign in to vote Thank you for replying. 1. This will specifically prevent IE from executing in order to give a correct output. This can cause odd issues in IE. –squint Jun 13 '12 at 3:06 1 IE is the most frustrating thing I've ever dealt with. –Derek 朕會功夫 Jun 13 '12 at
Henry Books: Java Threads, 3rd Edition, Jini in a Nutshell, and Java Gems (contributor) Wendy Gibbons Bartender Posts: 1111 I like... This does not work in any other browser and I get the error show is undefined.The magic is that once you have included sorttable.js, you just have to add the attribute class="sortable" to any html