Read more: http://www.rachaelarnold.com/dev/archive/enter-key-form-submission-bug#ixzz2Y5Zwgj2k share|improve this answer answered Jul 4 '13 at 15:01 Erik 11 Note that link-only answers are discouraged, SO answers should be the end-point of a search I expect that since the last 3 versions of IE did it this way, that it's not a bug, it's Microsofts (really annoying to developers) desired way of doing it. Other browsers, including IE 7 (or even IE 8 using IE 7 standard compatibility mode) do not have problems. OR ANIMATED!" Timeline of harassment and sexual assault allegations against Michael Shermer I'm better at graphs than FOX News What is an ad hominem? his comment is here
The page I am working in did not submit login only on IE, while it was working fine in firefox and chrom.48. If you are depending on the button name & value being submitted on enter, then you will have problems in IE. IE7 does work if the form is display:none and IE8 does not.... –321X Sep 23 '11 at 12:25 add a comment| up vote 7 down vote Simulate a click Here's how I enjoy a good bit of whargarbl now and again, and will occasionally even seek it out.
Then I'd rather return !goSearch(this) and return true on success. –Znarkus Jul 30 '10 at 14:39 add a comment| up vote 0 down vote Would it be anything to do with I added an image to my form with the following code: And "submit on enter" works like a charm.49. http://www.devside.net/blog/linux-windows-bug-feature19. It's something that I would probably have just said 'oh well nevermind' but my boss was keen for me to get to the bottom of it and make enter submit the
Thus, I would use this code: Editor’s note: Line breaks marked by ». http://intrascol.org/enter-key/enter-key-not-working-on-keyboard.html asked 6 years ago viewed 4813 times active 4 years ago Upcoming Events 2016 Community Moderator Election ends in 9 days Visit Chat Related 2IE8 won`t submit on enter when you
yes | apt-get install --fix-broken Term for a perfect specimen or sample Why is the 'You talking to me' speech from the movie 'Taxi Driver' so famous? Contact our robots department if you really want a nice long ban. AngloPolish at 11:13am on March 19, 2010 Good article, but wat i want I found in one of the comments.55. Please don't expect a platform for proselytizing that will go unchecked and unchallenged, though.
Can anyone tell me how to disable this feature and stop this from happening?18. However, if it's not hidden at page load, and you set it to display:none after, like onDOMReady, then it works! Worked around with some JS for IE < 9. I’ve added three versions of the same CSS for maximum cross-browser compatibility, but IE is the only browser on the market that refuses to even look cross-eyed at the code.
Whether it should be classified as a bug is an entirely different story and a matter of opinion. 😄 What is happening becomes quite clear with this JS Bin: http://emberjs.jsbin.com/jaqut/1/edit Default I get the feeling when IE9 comes out, if (heavens forefend!) they decide to start supporting CSS properly, someone will congratulate me on how pretty my new admin interface upgrades look. It worked flawlessly on IE6, IE8, Firefox 5 and Chrome 12!71.