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Default Mutiple <select..> with XML problem

Hi, guys, now I am trying to make a form , which has 3 select tag,such as
<select id="country" runat="server">
<select id ="province" runat="server">
<select id="city" runat="server">
and there also have xxx.xml, xxx.js...
and I use loadXml, so each time, you choose a country , the "province" will list the corresponding items with the country, "city " follow the same action.

I test my code locally ,sometimes the select can displays content well ,sometimes not , and the code cannot work on firefox.But however, it can work locally well sometime.

I upload it to server, it gave a problem as
"I18n is undefined", anyone can give me a idea?

Thank you very much


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