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    Opera and innerHTML changes

    Opera (apparently, as I've not bothered dl'ing that browser) fails miserably at rendering my menu and affiliate area on http://www.teckis.com which I'm led to believe is due to my using
    doc.getElementById('ref').innerHTML = newstring;
    syntax. Is there any quick fix for this or should I ignore Opera for the time being until DOM3 Load and Save works?
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    In Opera 7 your menu almost works perfectly; a couple of small CSS tweaks would be enough.

    Opera 5 and 6 don't support dynamic element creation; I wouldn't worry about that - these users will drop off sharply now that there's O7.

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    cheers for that brocake - had only return views from Opera 06 users - am glad 07 sorts the prob (mostly)

    I assume then that the dyn written affiliate banners work too?

    Might have to dl Opera7 at some point so I can sort the CSS - already have Moz using a different index to IE, so adding another just for Opera should be easy enough as long as I don't need to change the external . js files too much.

    Cheers again for taking the time to look.
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    I assume then that the dyn written affiliate banners work too?
    Yup

    Might have to dl Opera7 at some point so I can sort the CSS
    I would; Opera's my 3rd favourite browser at the moment; it's CSS2 support is arguably the best of any browser (Opera has always been good at CSS), while it's DOM support is very good - not as good as mozilla, and not quite as stable as IE or mozilla, but still very good; it's only the really advanced stuff - client-side XML processing, nodal treewalkers and such like - that it can't do.
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    ok - downloaded it and.......

    (this should be in the CSS forum now )

    The content area and right hand 'side feed' are enclosed in one div with the 'side feed' listed as float:right;
    works in IE and Moz - gets tricky in Opera

    Is that due to Opera and float: or because of the <hr />s in the content?

    Or should I just sit down and [debug] the html so it works in Opera and stop asking such annoying questions all the time....

    Edit:
    surprisingly enough, Opera is also my third favourite browser.
    I've got Moz1.1, IE6 and Opera7
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