Maybe too technical for this forum, but not found anything useful from Google. I get this java script warning in Firefox diagnostics: “nodeName attribute is deprecated”, nobody seems to know what it means.
In other words it means: This is not gone yet.... but it's going to be, so stop using it.
This error is caused by either bad programming or simply an old script file.
Thanks, - yes that makes sense, looking at the code I think:
HTML: input type="radio" value="3" id="V22_3" name="V22"
The code, intended to unselect the radio button, should use getElementById to access the id: V22_3
well, if nobody seems to know anything about it ,
why bother .! ;)
do this ,
uninstall Java from the Windows Control Panel and then run this tool - JavaRa http://majorgeeks.com/JavaRA_d5982.html
it removes old and redundant versions of the Java Runtime Environment (JRE) .now goto Java.com and download the latest version of Java and install it . restart the system and then again run the above tool once . to be sure to remove all invalid entries .now see ..it should work .!