I created an asp site that works properly with IE5. But when I try to use Netscape, problems arise. The site loads fine, but when I hit the submit button on the form nothing happens. The other problem I am having in Netscape is some of my pdf files will not download. I am getting a 400 error. No problems at all in IE only Netscape.<BR>Thanks for the help. Let me know if I need to give more info. <BR>BTW, the site is www.frostcontrols.com
Her is a line of code from one of the downloads:<BR><center><A href="Product Part 1.pdf"><font face="Arial, Helvetica, sans-serif"> Click here for download! <BR> </font></a>(444KB)</center><BR><BR>Here is some of the code for the form: <td WIDTH="50%" HEIGHT="32"><BR> <p ALIGN="right"> Email:</p></td> <BR> <td WIDTH="50%"><BR> <input NAME="txtEmail" SIZE="37"><BR></td><BR> </tr> <BR></table></center><BR><p></p><BR><BR><p><center>&nbs p; &n bsp; &nbs p; <input NAME="name" TYPE="submit" VALUE="Submit" style="HEIGHT: 24px; WIDTH: 98px"> � 60;input NAME="name" TYPE="reset" VALUE="Reset"></center></form><BR><BR></body><BR></html><BR>
The PDF link problem is because you have spaces in the filename. You'll notice that IE automatically converts each space to "%20" in the URL; netscape does not.<BR><BR>Regarding your form submission, what does your initial <form> tag look like. That's probably where your problem lies.
<BR><form action="i_Logic.asp?page=<%=Request.QueryStri ng("page")%>" ENCTYPE="x-www-form-urlencoded" METHOD="post" id="form1" name="form1"><BR><p> </p><BR><BR>Thanks for the help Keith!