Re: [WSG] button name present and some CSS issues

2008-11-03 Thread Taco Fleur
Thanks Thierry,

Indeed the problem lies with IE6.

It gets worse though, Internet Explorer 6 has a further bug where it will
treat all button elements as successful controls, and submit their data to
the server, even if they were not clicked. This effectively makes using
multiple button elements impossible.

Back to using input type=submit buttons for now.

The *position: relative* trick also worked.

thanks a lot.

Kind regards,
Taco Fleur
clickfind™ - The new Australian Online Marketing Platform (OMP)

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RE: [WSG] button name present and some CSS issues

2008-11-02 Thread Thierry Koblentz
Behalf Of Taco Fleur
Sent: Sunday, November 02, 2008 6:09 PM
Subject: [WSG] button name present and some CSS issues

Hello all,
I just published a site that has some strange behaviour.
As far as I know, the name of a submit button (name=) is only passed on to
the receiving end when that button is actually clicked. 
I've always worked that way, maybe I've always worked with input
type=submit and now that I'm using button I'm discovering that they
work differently? Would anyone be able to shed some light on this?
The problem is that on the server-side I check to see what button is present
and based on that I perform an action like going back for example. For some
reason in Internet Explorer ALL button names are now passed along when the
form is submitted.

Display issue, in Internet Explorer the continue button at the bottom of
the form is showing only partially. I've tried several things to get it to
display fully, does anyone have any suggestions here?

This should help regarding the first question:

For the issue with the display of the button in IE6, try this:

#doSubmit {position:relative;}

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