Peng Zhang on January 13th, 2013

While window.back() works just fine, it does not work in Internet Explorer 9 that I have, because the method is not there in the window object. To go back in history in both Firefox and IE, the code is history.back().

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Peng Zhang on October 18th, 2011

I found that $(‘img[src="/images/folder.gif"]‘) works fine in Firefox, but not work in IE. And the workaround is to use this $(‘img[src*="folder.gif"]‘), which will work both in FF and IE.

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Peng Zhang on July 13th, 2011

Based on this article on setInterval’s syntax, setInterval should take either a reference to a function or a javascript code that will be evaluated – basically a string. For some reason, Firefox does not like the “string” version of the setInterval statement. Based on my testing, IE works with both the direct reference or code [...]

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Peng Zhang on March 22nd, 2011

IE 7 does not honor the clear:both sytle rule. So the container div’s height does not include the entire height of some divs that are floated left or right inside it. As this seems to be a big common problems, there are too many people offer solutions, which I find are too complicated and somehow [...]

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Peng Zhang on December 1st, 2010

After setting up various tests, googling, tinkering with bits of html and css, I was able to nail down the cause of this nasty nagging alert – “This page contains secure and nonsecure items” in Internet Explorer (IE). I was suspecting that any “http://” references anywhere in the html page, referenced javascript and css files [...]

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Peng Zhang on September 1st, 2010

If somewhere in the html there is a html comment like below, clicking any of the links would not trigger any action. <!– saved from url=(0191) –>

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