External JavaScript OK with IE, not with NN 
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 External JavaScript OK with IE, not with NN

Calling an external script file works in IE but Netscape actually prints the file's contents to the frame then crashes with a stack fault.  Is there another parameter needed in this line?
<script language="JavaScript" src="bcscss.js">
</script>

TIA

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Fri, 26 Jan 2001 03:00:00 GMT  
 External JavaScript OK with IE, not with NN
It could be the server configuration, but first try removing the
language="JavaScript" portion of the call, then
make sure your server has a MIME-type application/x-javascript
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Brian Glodde
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Subject: External JavaScript OK with IE, not with NN

Calling an external script file works in IE but Netscape actually prints
the file's contents to the frame then crashes with a stack fault.? Is
there another parameter needed in this line?
<script language="JavaScript" src="bcscss.js">
</script>

TIA

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Fri, 26 Jan 2001 03:00:00 GMT  
 External JavaScript OK with IE, not with NN

This should work fine.  What version of Nav are you using?

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Andrew Clinick
Microsoft Scripting Program Manager
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    Calling an external script file works in IE but Netscape actually prints the file's contents to the frame then crashes with a stack fault.  Is there another parameter needed in this line?
    <script language="JavaScript" src="bcscss.js">
    </script>

    TIA

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Sun, 28 Jan 2001 03:00:00 GMT  
 External JavaScript OK with IE, not with NN

I use IE4 but the problem occurs with Nav 3.0.  I removed the language="JavaScript" portion but it still crashes Nav 3.0.
Other thoughts?

What's meant by "SERVER has a MIME-type application/x-javascript"?  Refering to the ISP or the browser?
Under NAV's Options Helpers "application/x-javascript" shows up as Ask user for action.

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    This should work fine.  What version of Nav are you using?

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    Andrew Clinick
    Microsoft Scripting Program Manager
    http://microsoft.com/scripting

        Calling an external script file works in IE but Netscape actually prints the file's contents to the frame then crashes with a stack fault.  Is there another parameter needed in this line?
        <script language="JavaScript" src="bcscss.js">
        </script>

        TIA

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Wed, 31 Jan 2001 03:00:00 GMT  
 External JavaScript OK with IE, not with NN

In order to use external script files, the server has to be set up to recognize the javascript file extension as a MIME type.

Also, Netscape 3 has a documented problem with javascript inside of tables, tho the external file is the stated solution for this...

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    I use IE4 but the problem occurs with Nav 3.0.  I removed the language="JavaScript" portion but it still crashes Nav 3.0.
    Other thoughts?

    What's meant by "SERVER has a MIME-type application/x-javascript"?  Refering to the ISP or the browser?
    Under NAV's Options Helpers "application/x-javascript" shows up as Ask user for action.

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        This should work fine.  What version of Nav are you using?

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        Regards

        Andrew Clinick
        Microsoft Scripting Program Manager
        http://microsoft.com/scripting

            Calling an external script file works in IE but Netscape actually prints the file's contents to the frame then crashes with a stack fault.  Is there another parameter needed in this line?
            <script language="JavaScript" src="bcscss.js">
            </script>

            TIA

            --
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            Steven Bergesch
            http://www.lkdllink.net/~bcs
            Offering something for just about everyone...


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Sat, 10 Feb 2001 03:00:00 GMT  
 
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