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    siva_vs_siva is offline Member
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    Default Struts and Java Script problem using Styleid

    I have this problem in my Struts application. It will working correctly on the IE. Now i move on to the Forefox. In that i have following issue. For example declare the button like.

    <html:button property='open' onclick='doOpen();'>

    I disabled this button using getElementById(it work on the IE). But Firefox doesnot disabled the button without styleid. How can i resole this issue. i Couldn't able to add the styleid to thousand of jsp pages. Is there any common solution to fix this problem.

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    Default Re: Struts and Java Script problem using Styleid

    Hi. You can get this object to use getElementByNameTag and I really don't believe that this code works in IE correctly and doesn't work in FF. It is impossible. Sorry I just hate IE )).
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    Default Re: Struts and Java Script problem using Styleid

    is there any chance to solve this problem through html tag library and struts jar modification.

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