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Reply Chris 19 January 2006 Another solution is to disable all other submit button in the onClick Event. share|improve this answer answered Feb 11 at 23:41 sabaeus 302218 add a comment| Your Answer draft saved draft discarded Sign up or log in Sign up using Google Sign up Reply Robert Polomsky 25 March 2006 Hmm, quite nice, Chris. Reply minghong 05 March 2007 Hi guys, I found that by re-assigning outerHTML of the button element, the value can be fixed automagically.e.g. http://unmovie.net/internet-explorer/internet-explorer-pdf-link-not-working.html

But in IE8 and below that fails as IE8<= expects text in place of the image.If you replace the button tag with Form and Input, it should be OK.There are ways Depends on your site. It can be styled to look like button, or anything else. Disruptive posting: Flaming or offending other usersIllegal activities: Promote cracked software, or other illegal contentOffensive: Sexually explicit or offensive languageSpam: Advertisements or commercial links Submit report Cancel report Track this discussion

Internet Explorer 11 Links Not Working

In the meantime, as you observed, we would advise anyone running into this issue in Internet Explorer 11 to try another browser like Chrome, Firefox, etc.Please try clearing your cache as Reply Peter Bengtsson 30 August 2005 Exactly. using the Onclick event to change the value of the button to wich ever value you want to pass. Reply Sitehatchery 23 April

Many thanks. So the reason the links dont work is because you are actually clicking the button and not the link. I have both value=".." and realvalue=".." Then in my PHP script I test for submitbuttonpressedvalue="undefined" when I know it's not IE and get the proper POST variable value otherwise I use Internet Explorer 11 Will Not Open Links Windows 7 Microsoft's incompetence no longer dictates web standards. –Cerin Oct 11 '12 at 19:14 1 Downvoted only because an IE limitation does not mean something can't be done... –Cerin Dec 13

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If you try to get the set value for the button with 'this.value' IE will still send the innerHTML from the button tag.I solved it by using the button tags name You could make it much simpler if you'd just write you input tag like this:...or I just don't understand your particular application problem. you could try that ... At its simplest, all I wanted to do was use the button instead of blue link text to link somewhere and thought I could replace the text with the input tag.

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Reply Nyahkitty 11 February 2008 This discussion is for buttons,but I found that using image filespainted to look like buttons and withlinks attached to them solved the problem.Multiple "buttons" in a in IE6 - may it burn in hell - it does not work if you want to use two buttons with the same name.