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Everything works fine in Firefox and Opera.

I don’t know why, but IE6 & IE7 and Chrome just ignore these strings:

$(’#cat1 option’).bind(“click”, function(){current_cat1 = $(this).attr (‘value’); call_cats();});

$(’#cat2 option’).bind(“click”, function(){current_cat2 = $(this).attr (‘value’); call_cats();});

$(’#cat3 option’).bind(“click”, function(){current_cat3 = $(this).attr (‘value’); call_cats();});



Any guess why?

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