What IE7 JavaScript Needs

2006-05-03 13:55 - Programming

Venerable JavaScript guru PPK recently blogged about JavaScript in IE7 needs. We know that CSS is getting the love in IE7, but it would be nice to have JS fixes as well. So, what should we fix? Here's what I think, in no particular order. Some have been mentioned before, some not. This is just what I have managed to think of.

Anyway, that's what I can think of for now!

Comments:

And toString methods..
2006-08-22 17:42 - arantius

Some nice toString methods for, say, HTML elements and other objects. When I get an object, and inspect it, and see "[object]" that doesn't help me nearly as much as Mozilla's, i.e., "[object HTMLDivElement]".

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