Problem with submit in IE and FF
- From: szimek <szimek@xxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Mon, 11 Feb 2008 06:10:14 -0800 (PST)
I've got very sick IE-only app and I'm trying to make it FF
compatible. Here's one of maaany problems.
There's a link (it's actually a span element with onclick event
This form action attribute is set to "main.jsp".
In IE after clicking this button, the onclick event is later passed to
the body element, but there's nothing interesting going on. In the
main.jsp file there's "parent.document.location=logout_page.jsp" js
code that redirects it to the logout page.
In FF the event is also passed to the body element, but the whole apge
just halts with the wait cursor. I've put the "debugger" keyword right
before the js code mentioned before (document.location) and the IE
debugger halts on it, but the Firebug doesn't see it and the page just
It works fine in Opera 9.23...
I have no idea how the main.jsp is generated, but is there some way to
break on the first line of the generated main.jsp that the form action
points to? This way I could see if the generated FF version differs
from IE version. I really have no other idea how to solve this
Or maybe there's a way to see exactly in IE and FF what data is send
by this form (it's using POST) and if it's different in any way.
Thanks in advance for any suggestions