Yeah, I totally understand. The browser simply doesn't like the tag button when it's used as a link. up vote 68 down vote favorite 11 Everything else in my site seems to be compatible with all browsers except for my links. Tried answer from Michel: Contents No change: Firefox and Safari OK; Explorer and Opera NG. his comment is here
Is adding the ‘tbl’ prefix to table names really a problem? text-align:center; - if you have fixed width, you have to have this to center text/label c. A pity as my original button worked perfectly in browsers except IE8, including mobile browsers!
My cat sat on my laptop, now the right side of my keyboard types the wrong characters Wrong way on a bike lane? 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 I can't think of any situation where putting a
Generated Sat, 12 Nov 2016 13:29:51 GMT by s_wx1199 (squid/3.5.20) Click Here To DONATE! A Type Button You can style your links, if desired, using a background image or background colour, border and other techniques, so that they look like buttons, but under the covers, they should be Join them; it only takes a minute: Sign up Button inside of anchor link works in Firefox but not in Internet Explorer? Yes, I could just use a link without the button but the button looks nicer which is why I was trying to use the button as a link instead of text.
Since I'm not using the button in a form, I'm a bit unclear about the note "If you use the
MathSciNet review alert? Button With Link Post your question and get tips & solutions from a community of 418,808 IT Pros & Developers. If you want the look of a button for your hyperlink, you're better off recreating that look with CSS applied to text, or an image.
I basically just want a submit button that sends GET variables without the form. cursor:pointer; - all IE must have this to show link pointer correctly - good browsers do not need it You can go step forward with this code and use CSS3 to rmw82 2011-08-17 17:57:29 UTC #18 It seems to me that you can simply put your anchor tag around an image of a button, no? Button Tag How can I get this to work in IE?
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Don In answering the actual question you put, rather than questions you didn't put, my suggestion is this: Briefly, in the IE event model, events bubble upwards through the document hierarchy. I've never used it without JS. Cheers, -- Jock Jul 24 '05 #8 This discussion thread is closed Start new discussion Replies have been disabled for this discussion. All users will have JS forced on through GPOs Thanks for the further info...but everybody is forced to use IE?
If not handled, they bubble up through the hierarchy until they are. Also please exercise your best judgment when posting in the forums--revealing personal information such as your e-mail address, telephone number, and address is not recommended. Call me old-hat. A demo is here.
Lab colleague uses cracked software. Where you eventually arrive depends on what the server wants to do. by MarkFlax Forum moderator / March 13, 2012 4:29 AM PDT In reply to: Button link works in Chrome and Firefox, not IE If so, have a look at http://www.w3schools.com/tags/tag_button.asp and Mimsy were the Borogoves - why is "mimsy" an adjective?
That sounds like an accessibility foul-up from the word go. NOW it is appropriate to ask why you are bothering to do it this way. My links work fine in firefox and chrome, but do not work in Internet Explorer. What are some ways that fast, long-distance communications can exist without needing to have electronic radios?
Am I supposed to use onclick="" to make it work?