Javascript in xhtml + dtd decleration = COMPLETELY BROKE

Im using XSL and javascript and im trying to do the below function in javascript. The < is in place of a '<' becuase XSL gets confused if you do that.

The problem now is that it 'compiles' but when i open the page in IE, FF, SF.... none of the javascript works becuase now it is crashing at the < bit... and it says it is expected a ')'

ALL of this worked before I had put in the decleration for the XHTML transitional DTD... and now it suddenly doesnt work... i have tried absolutely everything and have been google'ing for days!!!! PLEASE HELP


JS CODE

[CODE] function init()
{



var height= screen.height;

if(height<350)
{
document.getElementById('contentstyle').style.fontSize="16px";
document.getElementById('title').style.fontSize="18px";
document.getElementById('inlineimage').style.width="50%";

}


} [/CODE]


XHTML DECLERATION

[CODE]<?xml version="1.0" encoding="ISO-8859-1"?>







............[/CODE]

Comments

  • try all the proper open and close script tag stuff?

    [code]
    // function FUN(){}
    // ]]>
    [/code]
    [green]WHAT you;see_is_what=you.get;[/green]
    -Russ aka DangeRuss
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