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JavaScript issue in IE8 - not in IE6 or 7!

Posted on 2010-08-19
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Hi,

I have a site which can be found at http://95.131.68.35/~technica/current_vacancies.html

The list of vacancies is displayed using the jQuery tablesorter plugin.

Everything works as it should - in Firefox (of course) and even in IE6 and IE7.

However, in IE8, when you view this page, there is a JS error highlighted which states the following:

"undefined" is null or not an object ....
jquery.tablesorter.js line 484 char 5

If you perform a search and then view the list of vacancies, the error disappears even though I am using the same code to display the list !!!!!!!!!!!

This error is preventing the table sorter plugin from working prpoperly - it's not sorting on the reference (ID) and you can sort on the page as you shoudl be able to .

Any help in solving this would be much appreciated!

Cheers,

Daisy
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Michel Plungjan earned 500 total points
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No errors in IE8 here at all.

Can you clear the cache to make sure you do not have an older version of jQuery or such?
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by:daisydoos
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Hi,

Many thanks for getting back to me. I've re-written the code now so I can't test !! I am using the latest version of jQuery (Google). I'll try another site that's using the same technique!

Cheers,

Daisy
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