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Posted on 2010-11-12
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HI:

I'm receiving this error on Google Chrome browser when I open my website page:

Type Error: Object #<an HTML Object Element. has no method 'create'

What does this mean?
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Question by:Frontstart
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by:owaisyahya
ID: 34120771
This appear to be the result of an incompatible HTML code. Please post your code.
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by:Tyler Laczko
ID: 34123909
You will need to post your php code

also is this only happening in chrome or is it happening in ie, firefox, safari, etc?

if you only have chrome installed, what is the address i can check for you.
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by:Frontstart
ID: 34124015
unfortunatley, its under a username and password.  Yes, its only in Chrome.
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Tyler Laczko earned 500 total points
ID: 34124274
It is a Chrome issue. I just checked into it. Are you running a beta version of chrome?
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by:Frontstart
ID: 34124294
I don't know. I think its the full version.  How do you check? It was downloaded from Google webpage.
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by:PorterGraphics
ID: 34124330
Chrome will update automatically by just closing the program and opening it.
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by:Tyler Laczko
ID: 34124579
help->update
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by:Frontstart
ID: 34124612
I just checked. I do have the most up to date version. 7.0.517.44
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by:Frontstart
ID: 34148551
This solves part of the problem.
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