Originally Posted by liorean
The page you're requesting is not an XML page. It's only natural that responseXML is not available for it.
I already thought something like that, but then i wasn'T sure, as in the head of the html-source it's marked as
<meta http-equiv="content-type" content="text/html; charset=UTF-8">
Therefor I tried something like new DomParser(e.target.responseText) (can't remember the exact term), that should return a document-object which should be parseable then.
That didn't work (probably as I had an error in the syntax). There came a quite ugly long error-message.
Now I have found that example:
var MyresponseXML = new DOMParser().parseFromString(e.target.responseText, 'text/xml');
Do you think that would look good? Of course I will try it now.