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I am testing zXML inside of a DNN module. I have a sample i worked up using straight html/js and it works fine in both ie/ffox. I've created a new module using the same basic code.

Had to make some changes to get the js files loaded (linking them in default.aspx) instead of my test module.

It all still works fine in IE, but FFox 1.5.0.2 throws the error "This.ParseError has no properties" in zxml line 1. and the main menu wont show up in DNN.

If i navigate to my test module and then add the link back in to default.aspx for zxml. I lose my menu, but my code works. I am using zxml for xpath, xslt mainly.

any thoughts?
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While it's hard to tell what's going on without seeing the code you're writing (or the changes to zXml), the first place I'd check is the case of your objects. "This" should be "this" and "ParseError" should be "parseError", unless you have changed these specifically.

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Thanks for the reply. I have not made any changes to the zxml library, the error is "this.parseError has no properties" sorry for the confusion.

Playing around with it some more. I've moved the library script load back into my module itself. This keeps the main dnn menu working until I launch a page with my module in it. Then the same issue pops up. My code still functions with zxml just i lose the menu, and it throws the above error.

thanks again.

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