Affects Version/s: None
Fix Version/s: 4.1.2
Here's a short bugzilla discussion between me and my UI engineer...
The following line:
<div class="photo_frame" title="ognl:'invite ' + invitee.username" jwcid="@Any"></div>
outputs the following code in "view source" using Firefox 126.96.36.199.
<div title="invite jkassis" class="photo_frame" id="Any_1" />
The problem is with the way the div is terminated. For Firefox to function
properly, divs need to be terminated like so <div contents></div> and not <div
It tends to generate very hard to track down browser rendering bugs.
I can't give you any more guidance about why this is happening or where else it
may be happening right now, but please check it out when you get a chance.
------- Comment #1 From Jeremy Kassis 2007-06-05 16:44 [reply] -------
(In reply to comment #0)
> The following line:
> <div class="photo_frame" title="ognl:'invite ' + invitee.username"
This source looks OK. Only thing remarkable about it is that it is an @Any
component with no body content. Tapestry may by trying try to save characters
by rendering it in the shorthand form.
Not much I can do about this but put an in there. Thankfully, this kind
of code (a <div> with no body content) shouldn't happen too frequently.
------- Comment #2 From Erik Burns 2007-06-05 16:57 [reply] -------
yeah, that fixed it. before we close it though... do you want to mail howard
or the tapestry mailing list about this? If his code DOES truncate divs to
save space, it's a pretty big Tapestry bug since truncated divs don't render
properly on Firefox 1.0 or 1.5. I also seem to remember a few other browser
choke on that, possibly Opera. It would help us and other developers if the
Tapestry framework didn't do this type of thing.
Anyways, log it with the Tapestry list or don't. Your hack fixed the
problem (for now).