[thelist] Form elements' state getting screwed up in Netscape 6.1 and 6.2.1

Cymbala, Greg Greg.Cymbala at Den.Galileo.com
Fri May 10 15:37:00 CDT 2002

That seems to have been a pretty good guess.  But if they were really gone
from the document when their parent element is set to display:none, then it
would seem like I should get an error when I try to access them, which I

But it actually worked, although I still don't like the way that Netscape
handles things.  Since I wanted to have the form totally "disappear" or
"collapse," block didn't work so well, because it took up space even when it
was hidden.  I had to have it inline while I set the checked properties,
then set it to display:none when done.


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6.1 and 6.2.1

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I'll take a guess.  But its only a guess.

When you set the display to none, maybe it is removing the element entirely
from the document.  Try making it hidden, but leave the display as block or


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