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Why does:
<body onload="alert('hi');">

not work in Mozilla firefox?
And how do I solve this problem?

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Question by:frollo
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Does this work (cut-and paste exactly as it is)

<html>
<head></head>
<body onLoad="alert('hi');">
</body>
</html>
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by:frollo
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Thanks. Strange, I did try the on L oad with capital L must have been browser cache. Well anywayz, back to the tedious task of making my script browser independent (yuck!!)
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