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Javascript hasOwnProperty does not work under Google Chrome


Javascript hasOwnProperty does not work under Google Chrome

By : ww_
Date : November 21 2020, 07:01 PM
Any of those help I very highly doubt Chrome has any problems with hasOwnProperty, but in either case I cleaned up your code and changed the hasOwnProperty check into a typeof check, which should also be slightly more robust:
code :


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My Facebook application's Javascript doesn't work in Google Chrome

My Facebook application's Javascript doesn't work in Google Chrome


By : Justin Johnson
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
like below fixes the issue According to the Chrome developers (Issue 1717), this is an issue with the Facebook FBJS library, and something they plan to escalate to Facebook.
I don't have a workaround for this in the meantime.
Why does this piece of javascript work on both Google Chrome and IE but not in Firefox?

Why does this piece of javascript work on both Google Chrome and IE but not in Firefox?


By : learnfast
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
should help you out That is because the JavaScript variable map is not defined in the current scope, and that's all I can tell from your code.
My guess is that you are trying to access an element by calling its name, which is not supported. Maybe you can try:
code :
    DivSwitcher('map');
    DivSwitcher('rightcolumn');
    DivSwitcher('leftcolumn');
Javascript resize function for iframes does not work in google chrome

Javascript resize function for iframes does not work in google chrome


By : jswale
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
around this issue I used a javascript resize function i found on stackoverflow and it works great with IE and FF. However in Google Chrome it can only resize iframes that are bigger than the previous one. If it has to resize smaller iframes, it takes the same height and adds 30px.
code :
function autoResize(id) {
    document.getElementById(id).height = document.getElementById(id).contentDocument.documentElement.scrollHeight+15; //Chrome

    document.getElementById(id).height = document.getElementById(id).contentWindow.document.body.scrollHeight+15; //FF, IE
}
Javascript: Date() function does not fully work in Google Chrome

Javascript: Date() function does not fully work in Google Chrome


By : Momin Khan
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
hop of those help? You should parse date strings manually, do not leave it to the Date constructor (or Date.parse, they are equivalent). According to ECMAScript 2015, a date and time string in ISO 8601 format with no time zone should be treated as local, however some browsers will treat it as UTC (as you've discovered).
The only reliable way to parse date strings is to do it manually. If you only have one format, a small function is all that's required. If you have more requirements, a small library can help, there are plenty to chose from.
code :
/**
 * Parse an ISO string with or without an offset
 *   e.g. '2014-04-02T20:00:00-0600'
 *        '2014-04-02T20:00:00Z'
 *        '2014-02'
 *
 * Allows decimal seconds if supplied
 *   e.g. '2014-04-02T20:00:00.123-0600'
 *
 * If the string is time and date with no offset, treat as local (per ECMA-262 ed 6)
 * If date only, e.g. '2014-04-02' or '2014-02', treat as UTC date (per ECMA-262 ed 6)
 *
 * All parts after year are optional
 * Don't allow two digit years to be converted to 20th century years
 * @param {string} s - ISO 860 date string
*/
function parseISOString(s) {
  var t = s.split(/\D+/g);
  var hasOffset = /[-+]\d{4}$/.test(s);
  var isZulu = /z$/i.test(s);

  // Whether decimal seconds are present changes the offset field and ms value
  var hasDecimalSeconds = /[T ]\d{2}:\d{2}:\d{2}\.\d+/i.test(s);
  var offset = hasDecimalSeconds? t[7] : t[6];
  var offSign;
  var yr  = +t[0],
      mo  = t[1]? --t[1] : 0,
      da  = +t[2] || 1,
      hr  = +t[3] || 0,
      min = +t[4] || 0,
      sec = +t[5] || 0,
      ms  = hasDecimalSeconds? +t[6] : 0,
      
      // Reverse the sign of the offset
      offSign = hasOffset? /-\d{4}$/.test(s)? 1 : -1 : 0,
      offHr   = hasOffset? offset/100 | 0 : 0,
      offMin  = hasOffset? offset%100 : 0;
      
  // Ensure time values are in range, otherwise invalid date.
  // Values can't be -ve as splitting on non-digit character
  if (hr > 24 || min > 59 || sec > 59 || ms > 1000 || offHr > 24 || offMin > 59){
    return NaN;
  }
  
  // Create a date object from date parts, check for validity
  // Avoid two digit years being converted to 20th century
  var d = new Date();
  d.setUTCFullYear(yr, mo, da);
  
  // Check that date values are valid
  if (d.getUTCFullYear() != yr || d.getUTCDate() != da) {
    return NaN;
  }

  // It there's no offset and there are time parts, use local date methods
  if (!hasOffset && !isZulu && t[3] && t[4] && t[5]) {
    d.setHours(hr, min, sec, ms);
    
  // Otherwise, apply offset to minutes to use UTC date methods
  } else {
    min = hasOffset? +min + offSign * (offHr * 60 + offMin) : min;
    d.setUTCHours(hr, min, sec, ms);
  }

  return d;
}

['2016-05-24T11:30:00','2016-05-24T11:30:00Z','2016-05-24T11:30:00+0530',
 '2016-12-04']
 .forEach(function(s) {
   document.write('<br>' + s + '<br>' + parseISOString(s) + '<br>');
 });
Why doesn't this Javascript code work in Google Chrome

Why doesn't this Javascript code work in Google Chrome


By : taak taakestan
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
Hope this helps I have code similar to this on the same web page and google chrome loads it just fine. But this particular function only seems to work some browsers. I couldn't find any errors myself. Maybe I could go about writing the statement differently? , You're missing the closing bracket on all your anchor tags.
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