then I would you to check your app to see if it still functions as expected.
Recently, I found that the above method may fail in some canvas pages (though it is working perfectly if it is running as a web page by itself).
To rectify the problem, you can simply rewrite the above code in the following way:
<a href="#" onclick="myfunc();">
Hope this helps.
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