I have a Web page that runs properly with IE 9 with the following code:
I have now created a new (separate) page that uses the SAME code--I did a copy and paste of the whole function containing this code from the page that works into the new page. However, the function (this if-statement in particular) does not work in the new page--the new page does NOT make the array item red, BUT it does make it red if I change "className" to "class"--just as if IE now uses "class" like everyone else. But then the older page that still has "className" should not work, but it does!
// Check for IE
if (isBrowserIE) tempArray[i].setAttribute("className", "red");
else tempArray[i].setAttribute("class", "red");
This would seem to be an impossible scenario. Any ideas?
Thanks so much.