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
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.
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