Yup. That was it. I found that Googling around as well.



Andrew Ballard wrote:
On Tue, Dec 1, 2009 at 4:06 PM, Skip Evans <s...@bigskypenguin.com> wrote:
Hey all,

You probably remember me asking about disabling a submit button when it is
clicked to prevent double clicks submitting  a form for CC processing.

I put the following code into the submit button and it works fine on
FireFox, but... hold your breath... not on IE.

The button gets disabled but the form just sits there, not submitting. At
first I just had


and that worked in FF also, but not in IE. Then I added the


But even that doesn't work with IE.

Below is the whole snippet for the button.

<input type="submit" name="submit" value="Purchase Ticket(s)"
id="submit_tickets" onclick="this.disabled=true;

Any suggestions would be greatly appreciated.

It looks like IE has an issue with your button being named "submit",
and is replacing the submit() method of the form with the element
named "submit". Try changing the name of the button.


Skip Evans
PenguinSites.com, LLC
503 S Baldwin St, #1
Madison WI 53703
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