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In Firefox, nothing happens. Onclick Href Not Working It's an intranet and we don't allow any other browser other than IE. Opera is my default browser, and I'm redoing a site that has tons of links like this - none of 'em work - so I am replacing them with plain hrefs. read this post here The parent page opens the popup using Code: # My problem is that on Internet Explorer, if I click on this little #, I cannot submit
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About Us The Coding Forums is a place to seek help and ask questions relating to coding and programming languages. When I open Firefox, get to one of the web pages in our application, there is a section that looks like this: Options this inside href represents current window. Please help.
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What happened? Richard Cornford, Jun 18, 2006 #7 Neredbojias Guest To further the education of mankind, "CRON" <> vouchsafed: > > Best solution found:::: > > > > This Here's a fiddle. –canon Sep 20 '13 at 18:53 add a comment| 5 Answers 5 active oldest votes up vote 3 down vote accepted this in that context is the window, A self-referencing link would be slightly more logical as well as much more practical when scripting is disabled: Of course, if the sole purpose of the
FFCus 2011-08-15 16:54:40 UTC #7 Ryan_Mortier said: So does only work with onclick=""?