somewhat OT : Rev cgi & Safari
jbv.silences at club-internet.fr
Thu Mar 23 06:00:49 CST 2006
> Don't know about safari versions.
> Are you styling the form elements with css at all? I have known this to
> cause serious browser-specific issues in the past.
> Are the names of your form elements robust - all safe characters - if
> they are somehow getting encoded by the browser your cgi might not
> recognise them? (A Very Long shot I know, but...)
> What kinds of elements go missing? Any pattern?
Thanks for your reply...
yes, I use css with all form elements and those that get
skipped are mainly <select> elements with "onchange"
basically, the form I use is made of 2 parts :
1- a bunch of text fields, check boxes, radio buttons and
menus, all visible and used to enter data
2- a serie of hidden elements which are the true <form>
uploaded by clicking on the submit btn - those hidden
elements gather all the data entered by users and are filled
by js functions according to what users select, type and check.
This works fine on IE Mac OS9 & OSX and Win XP, as well
as Firefox Win & Mac OSX and Safari 2.
The previously described problem arises only SOMETIMES on
a previous version of Safari...
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