Next version of Mozilla/Firefox(/Thunderbird?) will support IE's proprietary collection
document.all in a undetectable way, i.e. this will (still) not work:
if ( document.all ) alert( document.all );
But this will work:
alert( document.all );
Stay cool, guys. It is NOT encouraging web developers to code in non-standard way, but just a way to support legacy Web sites that assume everyone use IE.
For web developers that care about standards, they always use
document.getElementById (or others methods like getElementsByTagName or getElementsByName).
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