ie v11.0.3, javascript exception: error calling selector function:Error: invalid argument.

New Here ,
May 11, 2016

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Any ideas how to go about correcting this issue?

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LEGEND ,
May 13, 2016

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We need more information such as where you are getting the error and what you are doing at the time.

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New Here ,
May 13, 2016

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Ah, another Muse glitch.

Anyone who logs onto my Adobe Muse built website using IE browsers gets this above mentioned Javascript message.

Here's the website: www.hmitestdrive.com

Worked great prior to the Adobe Muse update. Foolishly a few weeks ago, I updated my adobe muse and now the website does not work on any IE browser.  Works fine in Chrome and Firefox.

Your colleague in at a phone center in India suggested removing every single third party widget (there are about 40 of them) and after each removal I should test the site so I can find the glitch.  Huh? So, there's apparently a rogue third party widget--remember, these are third parties approved by Adobe so I assume they go through the same vigorous screening as Apple does with their third party app makers--- causing this error message and performance issues only on IE?  Am I wrong to assume the customer should not be blamed for this as I  just was?  Again, it worked great prior to the Muse update, after I updated to the new version of Muse (I put off for several months) it now does not work because of a vendor you approved?  Where do I get a refund>?

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Adobe Community Professional ,
May 13, 2016

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3rd party widgets are developed and maintained by um.... 3rd parties -- not Adobe.

Have you contacted the widget developer yet?  They may be aware of the problem and have a fix for it.

Nancy O.

Nancy O'Shea, ACP
Alt-Web Design & Publishing

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