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Posted on 2009-07-05
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Hello,
I've got a web form at www.mtopa.com/apply. Some users are reporting that they cannot submit information via the site; I have no problem sending thru it. Can you see anything wrong with the code?

Thanks,
Scott
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by:gamebits
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Are they reporting error messages of some sort or it is just not going thru?

From what I can see the form seems to be alright the problem may be how you process the form.
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by:Michael701
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Well get an html validator. There are 76 errors/warnings. Including a missing > on line 6. And lots of these "option>" tags

<option value="Evenings">Evenings</option>
option>
<option value="Nights">Nights</option>
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by:MaidToOrder
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Haven't been told either way. The form should process the same regardless... it's just emailed to me. Have you tried sending thru the form (promise I won't try to make you clean houses;)
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by:profya
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michael701 is right, many errors noticed. For a quick test please submit your code to:
http://valet.htmlhelp.com/tidy/tidy.cgi
http://htmlfixit.com/w3c-validator/#validate_by_uri+with_options
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Michael701 earned 500 total points
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It's most likely that one of the browsers (or browser versions) doesn't like something about the html code. Validating the html is the best solution.
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