1. Even though you can use getElementById to return the DOM object of a dynamically created element doesn’t mean Internet Explorer will be able to manipulate it in all cases. Sometimes it just says no.
  2. A lack of a decent debugger in Internet Explorer makes the above even more fun. Firebug Lite reports no more information than the browser itself with regard to error location/cause.
  3. A fixed dimension 200x200px container set to overflow:hidden can be used to crop a 200x300px SWF file to show just the important part unless Firefox on OS X support is required. In this case the overflow:hidden part will be ignored and the SWF will render as an absolutely positioned element breaking the document flow and overlapping any element below it.
  4. Undecided on IE Tester really being an valid IE tester.

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