XPath limitation with Firefox.

Discussion in 'Javascript' started by galactic, Apr 10, 2008.

  1. galactic

    galactic Guest

    Is there a limitation in using javascript and xpath with capitalized
    nodes? The xpath doesn't want to recognize the capitalization of the
    nodes when using firefox. There is no problem with explorer. Also
    opera and safari completely ignore my xpath request using evaluate...
    is this normal?
    galactic, Apr 10, 2008
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  2. galactic

    pr Guest

    galactic wrote:
    > Is there a limitation in using javascript and xpath with capitalized
    > nodes? The xpath doesn't want to recognize the capitalization of the
    > nodes when using firefox. There is no problem with explorer. Also
    > opera and safari completely ignore my xpath request using evaluate...
    > is this normal?


    You might want to post an example of what you mean. Are we talking HTML
    or XML?
    pr, Apr 10, 2008
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