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issue with Safari

Posted on 2007-12-02
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Hi, I have a simple html

<INPUT class=curriculum_command type=button value=Go>

but I am unable to have it clickable under Safari!

Any help is very welcome :)

Thanks and regards
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Question by:repzat
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What are you trying to do?

If it's JavaScriot you will need an "onclick", if its a postback you'll need to use a submit.
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My only suggestion is a workaround. Try installing a different internet browser, like Opera or Firefox. Safari doesn't have nearly as many features as the other internet browsers, so there may be a compatibility issue with Safari and that that piece of code.
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