In IE6 if the user clicks on the second button, the values from the input element are not sent. Note Starting with Internet Explorer 11, this event fires a MSPointerEvent object instead of MouseEvent. And, this resolves the problem and the onclick works!!. I wish they would just stop making IE. Source
Not the answer you're looking for? Reply biznuge 04 April 2008 Using the hidden form solution with discrete forms for each and every button instance seems to work, but this means using three times the amount of current community chat Stack Overflow Meta Stack Overflow your communities Sign up or log in to customize your list. share|improve this answer edited Sep 26 at 3:40 Andrew Li 6,7693935 answered Mar 2 '13 at 5:28 sourcecode 1,387715 Can you please explain the difference between the two? –Fahad
return false; }Just becareful if your name attribute or value has dashes or underscores.Hope this helps! more stack exchange communities company blog Stack Exchange Inbox Reputation and Badges sign up log in tour help Tour Start here for a quick overview of the site Help Center Detailed Is changing DPI of LED harmful? This is why you need to use either "No wrap - in " and "No wrap - in " options in the dropdown menu.
Reply Simon Bettison 25 September 2007 This is by far the most elegent solution imo. Reply Jon Haugsand 23 February 2006 Tom's solution is problematic when you have a table where each row have a submit button, and the other rows may or may not have But, it didn't work either. Ie11 Click Event Not Firing I was stumped.
For a better understanding, let's now take the following example:
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