Line 525: Changed milliseconds in setInterval call from 10 to 200. Line 523: Added missing milliseconds in setInterval call and set to 200.
… where another framework decides to fake document.getElementsByClassName also, cleans up getByClass method: * don't pollute the global namespace * remove unnecessary variables * remove unnecessary params * missing semi-colon
…ng with a Bitwise NOT thereby not falling back to Flash in IE < 9 & IE9 Compatibility mode. By checking if outerHTML exists & if the browser supports HTML5 we can rule in IE <= 9 + IE9 Compat. mode. Incidentally Webkit will also have the outerHTML rendered but since Chrome & Safari are HTML5 they are accounted for.