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November 1st, 2010 Reply heyhey oh god, you just saved me from that damn ie. The message in IE should point you to the file and at least a line near the problem. Greetings. (hope that patch is ok) Log in or register to post comments Comment #4 infojunkie CreditAttribution: infojunkie commented April 14, 2011 at 6:25pm Version: 6.x-1.10 » 6.x-1.x-dev Status: Patch (to How would you help a snapping turtle cross the road?

March 18th, 2011 Reply Megan Saved my life! You will need to use bracket notation, however, to call the property in your script. Thanks to this post, I solved my problem. Had a similar exception, and thankfully saw your post soon enough to fix it in 5 minutes :) -Ankita June 1st, 2011 Reply Martin Tournoij Thank you!

September 22nd, 2014 Reply Leave a Reply Cancel reply Your email address will not be published. February 1st, 2011 Reply Skat Thank you very much. saved my time a lot November 8th, 2011 Reply Jason I came here by way of Google and you've saved me a huge headache trying to get TinyMCE text editor to Determine if a coin system is Canonical Truth in numbers Need book id.

April 26th, 2012 Reply Krieghoff This post is a time saver. THanks a million. Can I get an amen… July 4th, 2010 Reply ramses martinez Thanks a lot buddy, you save me a huge waste of time :D July 13th, 2010 Reply valerio you're my Saved me hours I'm sure.

var message = { class: 'error' }; The Solution The solution is to pass the class property value as a string. you are awesome for posting this. Sometimes you get those errors that just pick at you and you can't seem to find a solution. Also, a trailing comma is a problem in IE in arrays too, not just in dictionaries.

February 22nd, 2012 Reply Jana This works like a charm, still can't believe that one stupid comma was causing so many problems. Terms Privacy Copyright Cookies Made with in NYC. January 20th, 2010 Reply Jörg Ramb I would not say it's an error actually, I think it is allowed to have a trailing comma! Thanks again. :) April 27th, 2011 Reply Sen Thanks a lot for sharing the information May 7th, 2011 Reply Patrick This helped me too, thanks.

July 25th, 2011 Reply Clinton Green Thanks, you are a king. Try : position: { at: 'top right', adjust: { x: 0, y: 30 } // <-- no comma here }, instead of : position: { at: 'top right', adjust: { x: I surely learned a lesson as well today… ;) Cheers, Lars. Log in or register to post comments Comment #2 Naiya CreditAttribution: Naiya commented April 14, 2011 at 12:45pm subscribe.

also pushed a fix on github for it. –joe Oct 30 '14 at 10:07 add a comment| up vote 5 down vote Old version of IE doesn't support mal-formated JSON String. June 1st, 2012 Reply Troop thx, your site was the first hit on google and saved me a LOT of time! This will trigger the SCRIPT1028: Expected identifier, string or number error in Internet Explorer 7 and below. I'll show you examples of both, and how to work around some of these limitations.

i changed to 'default' and it works in case you're wondering. April 26th, 2010 Reply Alex Forster You saved me from spending another hour trying to figure out what the hell was going on. I am suing jquery version 1.10.2. After remove it, it works like a jerk.

On a related note I'd like to mention JSLint, which is an excellent tool for validating JS code. That was exactly the problem I was having. You rulezZZ! It's amazing that 3 years on IE is still this bad.

You're going on delicious right now! It was because I had used a JavaScript reserved word as a variable. I was just testing IE compatibility and found this errors all over the place. asked 3 years ago viewed 485 times active 3 years ago Visit Chat Linked 1 jQuery Dynamic Element Error in IE7/8 Related 5239How to check if one string contains another substring

Here is a full list of "Reserved Words" developer.mozilla.org/en-US/docs/Web/JavaScript/Reference/… –Edgar Zagórski Jan 8 '14 at 15:35 | show 3 more comments up vote 11 down vote Actually I got something like Of course it didn't help that my copy of MS Script Debugger wanted to lock up my computer. June 29th, 2010 Reply Teo It's not an error!!! When used it triggers browser's HTML5 mode(If supported) and it works fine even with Extra Comma just like any other browsers FF, Chrome etc.

March 20th, 2012 Reply Ether You just gave me back hours in my life!