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#9799 invalid "/a" in jQuery.support causing 404's. [email protected] [email protected]

If I understand correctly, jQuery.support checks for hrefNormalized (line 1174) to ensure what is placed in an a-tag's href attribute is also what is retrieved. I understand that IE may alter that to return a full URL rather than just the href attrib in itself.

It appears that somehow requests are made to this as we see 404s to "www.foo.com/a". If this "link" simply exists to check for hrefNormalized, would it make sense to add a 'rel="nofollow"' in the a-tag? I may not understand the situation entirely, but that seemed plausible to me.

Many thanks for a reply.

#3158 fixed "1 item remaining" issue in IE enots

Sometimes in IE 7 a page with jQuery.js included never loads completely. In the status bar it says "1 item remaining". As a result the document.ready function never runs. I found that this problem has to do with the next line in jQuery.js:

document.write("<scr" + "ipt id=ie_init defer=true " +


This problem can be solved by changing src=: into scr=blank.js, where blank.js is probably a nonexisting file.

This problem occurs in other javascript libraries as well. I solved this jQuery problem with the comment at: http://groups.google.com/group/prototype-scriptaculous/browse_thread/thread/a1c745463251a95d

Maybe there is a better fix than using blank.js. I thought I send this in as a ticket. It took me lots of time to solve this problem. It is hard to reproduce this issue. I cannot give you access to the web application where we struggled with this issue, as it is an secure site with medical personal data.

Thanks for jQuery!


#14342 notabug "468" in ajax request url [email protected]

Testing with Chrome Version 29.0.1547.62 m

Trying to send request and it is supposed to fail with 404 or "Origin http://jquery.com is not allowed by Access-Control-Allow-Origin." for example. But request is not even made. Just rises exception.

$.get("http://localhost:3000/banner/468", function(c){
  alert( c );

... but this works as expected.

$.get("http://localhost:3000/banner/467", function(c){
  alert( c );
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