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Diffferent browser results with jquery.tooltip.js

Posted on 2011-09-29
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On IE the validation-extensions are working fine, and the tooltip displays the correct error message on mouse over. But on FireFox this fails.

Any idea how to solve this problem? The code in jquery.tooltip.js is pretty complex.

Thanks.
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Some code and/or URL would be useful.
We cannot even begin to guess what the issue is

It could be non-validating HTML, a simple JS error somewhere else which will block all further JS execution in Fx.

Please post actual information. Thanks
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Thanks for the help. I will try to be more complete next time...
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Did you find any errors? For example in the error console or using the "mandatory" firebug plugin?
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