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Subject:IE bug report
Author:Robert Fogel
Date:2007-01-03 21:55:38
Update:2009-08-20 09:04:18


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Picture of Robert Fogel Robert Fogel - 2007-01-03 21:55:38
A survey form I wrote runs fine of Firefox, but MS IE 7.0.5730.11 gives this error message "document.forms.forms.elements" is null or not an object." My file contains:

// Include the extended class.
require_once("example_elements.class.php"); // also has to have apeform.class in the same folder
// Instantiate an object from this class.
$form = new ExtendedApeform();

Did I do somthing wrong?

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Picture of Thiemo Kreuz Thiemo Kreuz - 2009-08-20 09:04:18 - In reply to message 1 from Robert Fogel
There are just a few lines of JavaScript in my class to set the input focus to the first form element. I used document.forms[0] before. This may fail if there are other forms in your HTML document. I rewrote the JavaScript part to use more standard compilant methods.