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Access Div from JavaScript

Posted on 2000-04-10
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I have the following def -
<style type="text/css">
  #x1{position:absolute;top:000px;left:00px;z-index:1;visibility:visible}
</style>

then there is -
<div id=x1>
...
</div>

and I'm trying to access x1 with -
document.all.x1.[property]
within javascript but it doesn't work.

Any idea ?
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Check if helps

if(IE){
    x1.style.property = value;
}else if(Nav){
    document.x1.property = value;
}
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