BetterInnerHTML v1.15 update – an innerHTML alternative
written by craig, 14 May 2008
We’ve just released version 1.15 of BetterInnerHTML. This fixes a minor bug that prevented strings of 2 characters being generated.
What is BetterInnerHTML?
BetterInnerHTML is an alternative to the innerHTML DOM method. Like innerHTML, you can pass a string of HTML and have it rendered somewhere on the page. However, it uses standard DOM node insertion methods that prevents the problems associated with innerHTML.
What’s more – it’s free. We don’t charge a penny for it, although we’re always willing to accept donations if you find it useful.
For more information and technical details, please refer to innerHTML: the ultimate alternative solution.
BetterInnerHTML has been incredibly popular and has been used to fix issues in many systems. We hope you find it useful and appreciate everyone’s feedback.