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  1. Can you elaborate more on that? I think it works...

    Can you elaborate more on that? I think it works in FF, but not in IE
  2. Wouldn't it be browser security violation...

    Wouldn't it be browser security violation (cross-site scripting)?

    perhaps you can resort to iframe
  3. Thanks for the insights John... Same for me, I...

    Thanks for the insights John... Same for me, I use IE only as per need basis (when want to test compatibility with IE) :)

    Can you please test then my HTML on Opera browser? I wonder how this case...
  4. Can anyone try to test my HTML example on other...

    Can anyone try to test my HTML example on other versions of the IE? (ver 5 and 7)?

    I wonder if that "bug or problem or feature" is present there as well...



    <HTML>
    <BODY>
    <FORM name="F"...
  5. Don't you think, IE should be more intelligent in...

    Don't you think, IE should be more intelligent in such case? Perhaps do some meaningful message instead of breaking with error:
    Error: Invalid Syntax
    Code: 0
  6. I've got your point... but how come it does not...

    I've got your point... but how come it does not happen in FireFox? How come they can handle this "magical maximum characters are allowed in the address bar" problem? Is there any standard on the GET...
  7. Confirming...Just checked when I add...

    Confirming...Just checked when I add method="post" it works (both regular SUBMIT and JS submit) ... - which is a work around... :eek:

    The problem is that TEXTAREA is sensitive to the enclosing...
  8. Perhaps you did not read/understand my original...

    Perhaps you did not read/understand my original post - there is a BUG in IE6.... I have provided sample HTML that demonstrates the problem
    It has 2 butoons:
    1. Regular SUBMIT button - does not work...
  9. Thanks for the extra work around idea... OK,...

    Thanks for the extra work around idea...

    OK, but why IE6 fails to even submit. Try in my example JavaScript button - <INPUT type="button" value="Script Submit" onClick="document.F.submit();">
    IE...
  10. Here is the situation with web development:...

    Here is the situation with web development:
    http://img347.imageshack.us/img347/2254/cssgraph0oo.png

    :)
  11. IE bug with textarea element (max 1568 chars)

    Came across this bug with textarea HTML element in IE6...

    When textarea has more that 1568 characters the HTML form stops responding to SUBMIT event 9e.g. submit does not work anymore!!!


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