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    Trying to understand the relationship between JS and HTML

    Hi,

    I inherited an html demo (used to show customers our product w/o being connected to a server). Was going through the Html files to update the dates and fields and it seems that on some html files, when I change a date <td>08/11/2008 </td> to <td>08/11/2011</td>, save and refesh, I start getting a bunch of JS errors when I try and log back into the demo. I'm not changing anything in the JS files, so I don't understand why the errors are occuring.

    I have a bunch of html files to change, and now, no matter which file I change (the dates, sample names, etc), I lose functionality on that particular page.

    I'm beyond frustrated with this - I've modified similar demos at other companies and never had a problem.

    Appreciate the help and assistance!

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    It’s almost impossible to tell without seeing the code. Got a link?

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    Sure, but what code do you want to see? I have the html page that I'm working on, and a bunch of JS pages, the login html page, etc?

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    Ideally, show us the live page and tell us what on the page you wanted to change.
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