Client side form crash..

Wilbur Streett (wstreett@monmouth.com)
Sat, 31 Aug 1996 00:08:48 -0400


Message-Id: <1.5.4.32.19960831040848.00bd9c3c@monmouth.com>
Date: Sat, 31 Aug 1996 00:08:48 -0400
To: murray@spyglass.com (Murray Altheim)
From: Wilbur Streett <wstreett@monmouth.com>
Subject: Client side form crash..
Cc: www-html@w3.org

Murry wrote: 
>David Perrell <davidp@earthlink.net> writes:
>>Murray Altheim wrote:
>>> I have yet to see the "necessity" of frames. IMO it's another
>>> whiz-bang gizmo that makes people feel their documents are more
>>> sophisticated. And we have spent entirely too much energy on
>>> whiz-bang gizmos at the expense of creating a Web capable of
>>> building an information infrastructure for our expanding
>>>knowledge base.
>>
>>Perhaps not necessary, but methinks desirable. I'm working on an
>>interactive form at http://www.socrates.com/soc-cost.html . Except
>>for IMGs, it's a single html file. [...]
>
>I couldn't load that document, as I got a JavaScript Runtime error:
>
>   [Line: 266] Object doesn't support this property or method.
>
>which then crashed my copy of Internet Explorer 3.0.

It didn't cause this message with Netscape 3.0.. It actually did bring up a
form..  (We won't go into the relative merits of that calculation...)  When
I tried to "Go Back" to the screen that I was browsing, it crashed Netscape
as well.

Wilbur

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