Lavee

Hi

I am using a javascript, which hides some contents of a page on a particular selection. When i go to the next page and come back to the previous page by clicking browser's back button, the hidden contents display again. This does not happen in IE6.0.

function reportTypeChange(fName)
{
var rptTypefld = eval("document"+ "." + fName + "." + "reportType");

if(rptTypefld.value == 4
|| rptTypefld.value == 3
|| rptTypefld.value == 5)
{
document.getElementById('hideTable').style.display='none';
}
else
{
document.getElementById('hideTable').style.display = 'block';
}
}

where hide Table is the id for the table to be hide.

can you please suggest some solution for this problem

Thanks and Regards

Lavee



Re: Internet Explorer Web Development IE7.0 bug

Lavee

well..thankfully i find out the solution for this problem..

actually on going back with browser's back button its not retaining the state of the variable.

previously i m firing the evant by using onChange attribute.But the onchange event does not fire when the selected option of the select object is changed programatically or manually. So i fired the event by using attribute onPropertyChange. It does not commit the changes.

-cheers!!!