So, simply create a method for doing your form submission logic and call it in both your button click and textbox change events! The source code never changed. derek hatchard \\ ardent dev February 05, 2005 # ASP.NET form with single textbox does not post as expected on ENTER in Internet Explorer Scottie February 23, 2005 # re: Default How can I ensure my Playstation 2 will last a long time? More Bonuses
I have 3 submit buttons each performing differnt tasks. If you have a form like this:Then, which ever button you press you'll get these request variables if you use Internet This was driving me crazy - I am SO glad I found these messages!!
For me It was the Google Search causing problem in IE. This is under VS2005 and 2.0 framework. When to call non-pharmacy shops "Apotheke (pharmacy)"? Ie Form Submit Not Working it works for me too.
it will change name of the button tags to something unique for preventing duplication. Ie11 Button Click Not Working Have stuck with this solution for now as my app is primarily for IE on a corporate net, but it doesn't stop me wanting to jab microsoft in the neck with Left by atul on Jul 21, 2009 7:17 AM # re: Button Click Events not firing ? - ASP.NET Thanks a lot..............You have saved my job..... http://stackoverflow.com/questions/30389632/asp-net-submit-button-not-working-on-internet-explorer-10 There was no value for the button field in IE but there was for the others.
IE (whatever version) sucks from here to high heaven. But the versions for some browsers (like IE 10) aren't within those ranges any more. Thank you so very much. Can anybody help me in that??
The above also isn't truly generic - it works on internal knowledge (and convention in the .NET framework) that there's an OnClick() method that is responsible for firing the event. http://seesbg.com/not-working/ie11-postback-not-working.html Finding Outlook Web Access (OWA) URL from Outlook ... I appreciate your style and surely come back again to increase my knowledge.Mostly comments to match to eatch other.I just got to this amazing site not long ago. Left by andrew on Oct 31, 2008 7:27 PM # re: Button Click Events not firing ? - ASP.NET Hi, i am working with .NET 3.5. Ie11 Click Event Not Firing
In this case we had .net 2.0 and our imagebuttons were not working. what to do? Reply Peter Bengtsson 17 August 2005 The value attribute on the button tag is browser ambigious, meaning that the IE sends a different value than Mozilla. (IE sends the value and navigate here For Mozilla use the IsValid method server-side.
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Chris' solution works fine for IE6 etc. I spent hours on a problem assuming it was something to do with the way i'd set my sessions.. Join them; it only takes a minute: Sign up ASP.NET Button click event not working in IE11 up vote 1 down vote favorite I have a code which i have put his comment is here Abdullah February 22, 2009 # re: Default Button Submissions in ASP.NET Pages Mr.
Doesn't that seem logical? Left by Fraijo on Sep 18, 2006 10:16 AM # re: Button Click Events not firing ? - ASP.NET I am using asp.net 2.0 and i have the same problem with Other web projects do work as expected though within my environment. First i noticed the f...
Not the answer you're looking for? Probably more appropriately because they understand the framework and try to make it closer to a windows forms based system. Follow @peterbe Comments quan 10 August 2005 well, you might want to try adding a "value" to the button tags you used...or better yet, why not just simply use ??????????????????? I will continue to come here again and again.
Unfortunatly the 3rd one is the one I host my web sites and databases. Yasir August 16, 2005 # re: Default Button Submissions in ASP.NET Pages The same thing can be achieved by using this code on page load: Page.RegisterHiddenField( "__EVENTTARGET", myButton.ClientID ); Where myButton