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code from within body onLoad attribute is removed on IE

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Marius Stoian
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Marius Stoian asked on 21 May 2010, 04:33 PM
Hi Everyone,

It seems that is a problem with the javascript code that is added to the onload atribute of the body tag, but only for IE, for Firefox this is working correctly.

To reproduce this problem just open the demo editor page in IE, switch to HTML view and add the onload="alert('page loaded')" code to the body tag. After that switch to Preview view or Design view and switch back to HTML view. You will notice the onload attribute is removed.

As I've said, on the Firefox this is not happening (the onload attribute is still there).

Please tell me, is this a known issue and if so it is fixed?

Thanks,
Marius

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Rumen
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answered on 24 May 2010, 03:58 PM
Hi Marius,

Thank you for reporting this unexpected behavior, which is most likely browser related.

I logged it for research and fixing in our PITS system with ID 2234 and you can check its status there.

I also updated your Telerik points for finding and reporting this problem.

Best regards,
Rumen
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