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document.click = check;

function check(e)
{
var obj = document.getElementById('calendar_widget');

if (obj != 'null')
{
if (e.target.id != 'show_calender')
obj.style.display='none';
}
}


Error is in Internet Explorer: e.target.id is undefined.


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 Answers
35

IE doesn't support the target property, they use srcElement instead.



Change:



if (e.target.id != 'show_calender')


to:



if ((e.target || e.srcElement).id != 'show_calender')


You may also need to add this to the beginning of your function:



if (!e) e = window.event


Your final code would look like this:



function check(e) { 
if (!e) e = window.event;
var obj = document.getElementById('calendar_widget');

if (obj != 'null') {
if ((e.target || e.srcElement).id != 'show_calender')
obj.style.display='none';
}
}

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