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After much searching, our IS guy found that our form was posting to a different port. Thank you so very much. This button control would be triggered when user pressed ENTER. Thanks for Jason's informative input. http://pgelections.com/asp-net/asp-net-default-button-not-working.html

I had simply copied and pasted the code provided by google, which has a form tag in it. When I applied the aspnet_regiis -c command, the buttons worked again. best wishes Reply Grenville Member 12 Points 85 Posts Re: Submit buttons not working in IE Oct 17, 2006 04:41 AM|Grenville|LINK Hi Jess, Thanks alot for the response. I figured out my issue. http://stackoverflow.com/questions/2480859/form-submits-in-firefox-when-any-button-on-page-is-clicked

I gutted the event proc except for a test alert. Thanks. Luca September 16, 2005 # re: Default Button Submissions in ASP.NET Pages 0 width + readonly Works great! In retrospect, observing that it worked in FF and not in IE should have been a clear indicator that multiple forms were being posted back and the browsers were merely handling

ur solution works for me. Email: (never displayed)*Email is optional, but if you enter one at least make sure it is valid. (will show your gravatar) Comment: *I do want to hear your thoughts. Member 452 Points 226 Posts Re: Submit button doesn't cause postback. Left by hajie on Jul 14, 2010 10:24 AM # re: Button Click Events not firing ? - ASP.NET Good post.

What seems to be the problem?I did not found a solution for this problem above... Please enter a comment.Allowed tags: blockquote, a, strong, em, p, u, strike, super, sub, code Verification: Copyright © Harish Ranganathan | Powered by: GeeksWithBlogs.net | Join free Popular Posts on Geeks Sep 26, 2011 11:09 AM|xr280xr|LINK Ok, there is a script error, but firefox wasn't giving me any indication of that: Error: Sys.WebForms.PageRequestManagerServerErrorException: Invalid postback or callback argument. error message box all appearing can validate fine!!

normaly you shouldn't have such a problem unless you have set somthing in your code causing this!! Thank you very much! When I run it out of the debugger in IE, it submits fine, but I was able to reproduce it not doing anything in firefox and it looks like it's because i re-read it now and it does clearly say to use the ID property first, so my bad, but it is slightly annoying that the behaviour changes for master pages or

I don't have chrome or safari. check here Typically, a subscriber should click Submit, see the Signup "thank you" page, and receive an opt-in confirmation email. Reply mikejoseph23 None 0 Points 9 Posts Re: Submit buttons not working in IE May 30, 2007 12:58 PM|mikejoseph23|LINK Well, consider the case re-opened :) I am experiencing the exact same You can fix this by using ASP.NET 2.0 Defaultbutton attribute on either the form element or a panel object.Scott Guthrie post a great blog on this topic some time back here...http://weblogs.asp.net/scottgu/archive/2005/08/04/421647.aspxI

To have it work again, change the end of addClickFunctionScript to : 1eval(unescape(b.href)); 17 mdespesse said on June 16th, 2008 at 13:25 Permalink After some research, it seems that DOM Enterprise Edition here we're using the old one server2003 Enterprise Edition.. I have changed back to the javaScript navigation for test purposes and the forms begin to work again in IE! Since this is an issue on the production server.

in my case, it was happening more and more near areas of tables, and specificly when it was the last element in the last row. ‹ Previous Thread|Next Thread › This The double opt-in process requires that new subscribers confirm their subscription. Left by logica pvt limited on Sep 16, 2008 12:19 AM # re: Button Click Events not firing ? - ASP.NET Check the below url for detailshttp://codekeep.net/snippets/9b1d8e28-bd4d-48c7-b64e-f3d7da976dfb.aspx Left by arun on have a peek at these guys If not, please close.

If the user clicks the button - no problem. Thanks for reading. The above command applies to .NET Framework version 1.1.

Hope this helps Yuji March 18, 2005 # re: Default Button Submissions in ASP.NET Pages The above I meant that the textbox would show up.

Tom December 31, 2005 # re: Default Button Submissions in ASP.NET Pages Thanks SolutionsGuy, makes sense to me Raghu January 09, 2006 # re: Default Button Submissions in ASP.NET Pages I Thanks. In the MailChimp embedded form code, find the

tag, copy the URL for the action property, and save it somewhere to use later. The problem still exists.

Hi Tim, As Jason has suggested, for the Form.DefaultButton and Form.DefaultFocus setting code, there are two places you need change: 1. MailChimp is a registered trademark of The Rocket Science Group. It works in IE, but when I test in FireFox the form submits. http://pgelections.com/asp-net/asp-net-button-enabled-not-working.html Delete it. 2.

Choose Embedded forms.