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    Rhino Guest

    Default onclick events and Netscape

    Sorry that this is not an ASP question, but this seems to be the only forum with any life in it.<BR><BR>My problem is that I have an existing InTRAnet application which I need to put on the InTERnet. The app uses images for buttons (as internally only IE 5 is used) with an onclick event.<BR><BR>Now Netscape does not seem to recognise this event. If at all possible, I would like to find a way to fool NS into working as the app is fairly large and there are hundreds of buttons that would need converting.<BR><BR>Does anyone have any ideas? I thought that an image map might work, but it seems that that does not recognise the onclick event either.<BR><BR>Any help/suggestions gratefully received, even if they are bad news.

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    Join Date
    Dec 1969

    Default RE: onclick events and Netscape

    Netscape Sucks!! This event will work within Netscape, if you place it inside a bluff form, &#060;form NAME="bluff" method="POST" action="xxx.asp"&#062;

  3. #3
    Rhino Guest

    Default The trouble is ...

    The forms have many buttons on them, which need to call client-side validation routines before submitting the form.<BR><BR>It is looking as if I will have to replace all the "image" buttons with plain old Html ones (at least for Netscape users). <BR><BR>What a pain :(

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    Join Date
    Dec 1969

    Default don't validate onclick

    use oncsubmit<BR><BR>you&#039;ll find a tutorial at http://www.infinitemonkeys.ws/ on the subject

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