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Hi All,

In some javascript code I change dynamically a CSS in a link by the following code:

if(document) collection = document.getElementsByTagName("link");
collection[0].setAttribute("href", url);

It works well with all browsers. As soon as the new href attribute is set, the page gets relooked with the new CSS.

With the BlackBerry browser the attribute is correctly set by the setAttribute call. I can check the change by a getAttribute but the page does not reflect the change.

Do you have an idea of how I could achieve this ?

Thanks,

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