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  • Missing submit button in Mozilla

    Hi

    The submit button on my login component does not display in Mozilla Firefox. Any thoughts?

    Regards

    Duncan

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    Re: Missing submit button in Mozilla

    Is this the login component I provided to you? I've tested with Firefox (not recently though) and, although the screen looks a little different, all of the controls appear. I'll be glad to test it out.
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      Re: Missing submit button in Mozilla

      Steve

      Yes it is - but it is also occurs with my newsletter subscribe component - so I thought it could be more generic.

      Thanks

      Duncan

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      • #4
        Re: Missing submit button in Mozilla

        If on a public IP address, I will test it out. You could send me the link in a private email. I will re-test my login dialog in Firefox (you're using the latest version?). But this will be tomorrow.
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          Re: Missing submit button in Mozilla

          What about when using browzar?

          http://www.browzar.com/index.html

          New web browser, free, fast and leaves no traces on PC of web sites visited..

          Seems to work with all my ALPHA pages.

          regards, Ron

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            Re: Missing submit button in Mozilla

            While Browzar seems interesting if you are overly concerned about your personal privacy, the methods that it employs will make your Web Application Server do significantly more work and cause pages to load slower. There are very good reasons that caching and cookies are part of the HTTP standards and you do not have to give up your privacy to benefit from them. I would recommend not using this browser, regardless of the server you are using.

            You can achieve a similar protection of your privacy using IE, Firefox or any other bvrowser with a minimum of effort on your part and not pay any performance penalty. Simply turn off auto comeplete in your preferences, then clear your cookies and cache when you are done using the browser.



            Originally posted by rleunis
            What about when using browzar?

            http://www.browzar.com/index.html

            New web browser, free, fast and leaves no traces on PC of web sites visited..

            Seems to work with all my ALPHA pages.

            regards, Ron

            Lenny Forziati
            Vice President, Internet Products and Technical Services
            Alpha Software Corporation

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              Re: Missing submit button in Mozilla

              Lenny,

              I thought this browser would actually be faster because of less overhead, but the contrary seems true. Thanks for the advice. Regards, Ron

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              • #8
                Re: Missing submit button in Mozilla

                I wanted to follow up on this thread. After some testing, we determined that it was the CSS setting that was "hiding" the submit button in Firefox. The best method to determine this is temporarily change your css setting to the topmost setting titled A5WebformComponents, or to manually change the source in the A5W page to remove the CLASS value in the lines that look similar to this:

                <td class="WinClassicFooterTD" nowrap colspan="2" align="Right">
                <input class="WinClassicButton" style="" type="submit" value="Submit" name="submitButton">
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