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HTML/Javascript problem

Hi

I have a questionnaire that has been working for two years now. Suddenly some users have started getting a mystical problem with it. I have checked the html and javascript code several times but cannot find any answer to the problem.

I have made a comprimised version here:
http://www.webanalyser.dk/testquest.html

Now to the problem...
After answering the first question it should (as it has always been doing) go to the next page. For most users it does, but now out of a sudden - for some users - when you click Next after the first question it jumps to end and tell that the "Last question has been answered, will you submit?". If you press OK it submits.

All the users are using MSIE 7-8. Check the code and help me...

Thanks
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Leo_Feldborg

8/22/2022 - Mon
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Anuradha Goli

Can you just try changing " input type = "submit " " from  " input type = "button" "
for next and  previous buttons
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Thank you so much :-) It was the Enter problem.

And thank you Robert, for your comments. They were useful - although not for the problem ;-)
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