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Jony Walker
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Eu tenho este script para fazer aparecer um campo quando o usuário clica "Sim" no botão. Depois o botão vira "Não", e apaga o campo se clicado...

Funciona perfeitamente no IE, mas como posso modificar este script para que o "não" funcione corretamente no FF ??

<script language="javascript">
<!--
function muda(){
if (document.srch.botao.value == 'Sim'){
document.getElementById('area').innerHTML = '<span id="bla"><input type="text" name="conven2" size="25" maxlenght="20" id="conven2"></span>';
document.srch.botao.value = 'Não';
}else{
document.getElementById('bla').outerHTML = '';
document.srch.botao.value = 'Sim';
}
}
//-->
</script>
Botão:
<input type="button" class="header" onClick="java script:muda();" value="Sim" id="btn" name="botao"><span id="area"></span>

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Migrate apps from Internet Explorer to Mozilla - MDC

Mozilla supports the legacy methods for adding content into the DOM dynamically, such as document.write, document.open and document.close. Mozilla also supports Internet Explorer's innerHTML method, which it can call on almost any node. It does not, however, support outerHTML (which adds markup around an element, and has no standard equivalent) and innerText (which sets the text value of the node, and which you can achieve in Mozilla by using textContent).

Internet Explorer has several content manipulation methods that are nonstandard and unsupported in Mozilla, including retrieving the value, inserting text and inserting elements adjacent to a node, such as getAdjacentElement and insertAdjacentHTML. Table 3 shows how the W3C standard and Mozilla manipulate content, all of which are methods of any DOM node.

Eu recomendo usar no else o mesmo que usou no if...

document.getElementById('area').innerHTML = ...

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