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Old January 1st, 2007, 09:35 PM
Conch Conch is offline
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I want to know that

   How does the IE browser work for a website with javascript behind scene?

Suppose the browser gets a FALSE value from javascript, it stops submitting the form.
How does it work behind scene. Does it need to check some setting in the environment? If it is, what should be?

Right now, javascript can render a CORRECT value(false from cancel button). That means javascript setting should be right.
The problem is that the IE browser doesn't care the value from javascript, and continuely submit the form.




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