Hi there, I got this annoying problem...
The image ID of a previously created image is uxTimerImage, and I've tried accessing it with the following code:
uxTimerImage = new Image(); uxTimerImage.ID = "uxTimerImage"; ... this.Controls.Add(uxTimerImage); ClientScript.RegisterClientScriptBlock(this.GetType(),"timer", "var timerObject1 = document.getElementById('" + uxTimerImage.ID + "');"+ "var timerObject2 = document.getElementById('<%= uxTimerImage.ClientID %>');"+ "var timerObject3 = document.getElementById('uxTimerImage');", true);
The problem is that all those 3 examples return to me a null object, as if my object is nowhere to be found =\
(I don't think it affects the problem, but all this is done inside a content panel that belongs to a master page)
Any kind of help would be greatly appreciated
Edited by cavpollo: n/a