How to destroy a CFGRID when using IE7 ?
Posted on 2009-02-09
I'm doing a CFLAYOUT with tabs on top. Each of those layouts contains another layout - left and right. On the left is a menu, on the right is the "body" where everything happens.
If I pick menu options on the left that cause the right to open with pages contain CFGRIDs or other cfajax functions, RAM usage climbs quickly. Once you've opened X pages so that IE has loaded 30 style sheets, it stops loading sheets and grids, etc., stop working. This is a documented issue with IE that it caps at 30 style sheets and is an issue with Adobe that on reloads it doesn't destroy the old stylesheet before sending in a new one.
My question: How can I programmatically destroy the grids, etc., as I'm unloading the page or getting ready to load the next page, so I don't run into this?