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> page, this *could* mean IE doesn't really implement a DOM module even
> though it claims to. Anyone from Microsoft care to explain these
The best way to find out what scriptable functions are available in a
particular vendor's browser is to look at the browser's documentation.
If the function is documented in MSDN as being supported by IE, then it
should work on IE.
If you want to find out what scriptable functions work across all
browser versions (not many), or across particular browser
versions/vendors, your best bet is to go to one of the web sites that
collects such information for webmasters. Better yet, get one of the
browser-neutral code libraries (there are some really good ones) that
abstract away all browser differences for a particular range of browsers
and let you write code that will be guaranteed to work on any of the
supported browsers. This is much less frustrating than trying to figure
by trial-and-error which pieces of the W3C specs are implemented from
version to version of Netscape and IE.