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hi,

i have an input type image with an onclick event that should redirect the page, but it doesnt work.

any ideas why? it does work if i change the type to "button" rather than "image"


<input type="image" src="images/transparent.gif" id="button-refresh" class="button right" name="refresh" value="Refresh" alt="Refresh" title="Refresh" onmouseover="this.style.backgroundPosition='left bottom'" onmouseout="this.style.backgroundPosition='left top'"onClick="location.href='macresv.html'" />
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by:Ivo Stoykov
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Hello coolispaul

try

onClick="window.location.href='macresv.html'"

HTH

!i!
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by:TeRReF
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Also, you should add a space just before onClick, there is none at the moment...
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by:flipz
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<img src="images/transparent.gif" id="button-refresh" class="button right" name="refresh"  alt="Refresh" title="Refresh" onmouseover="this.style.backgroundPosition='left bottom'" onmouseout="this.style.backgroundPosition='left top'" onClick="location.href='macresv.html'" />

Input image? Not familiar with that one - try using img tag - you'll just need to figure out how to include the text 'Refresh' - part of the image itself would probably be best.

BTW - your script fires the onClick event fine for me in IE7 - make sure there is a space between the tag properties:
onmouseout="this.style.backgroundPosition='left top'" onClick="location.href='macresv.html'"
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by:coolispaul
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hi,

none of that works unfortunately. As you say it does trigger the onclick event but the page isnt redirected. In firefox the browser says "stopped"

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by:flipz
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Seems to work fine in my FF browser. Since the example you provided does not include the style - it may have problem there?? Can a style have a space in the name? Try class="buttonright".
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by:coolispaul
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hi,

ive realised the problem is because its is inside a form. if you strip the from and leave it as just input it works.

i guess i will have to use form.submit or something along those lines unless you know of any other work arounds?
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