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From Aman Raheja <>
Subject Re: [users@httpd] Problem with IE
Date Mon, 06 Jun 2005 15:26:22 GMT
Already correctly pointed out - this is not an apache question and you 
should look at the code.
I would like to add that the code probably has something that disables 
the button (maybe a javascript) which is not supported by another 
browser but IE and so you get the 'ding' sound.
Of course, Nothing to do with your apache server.
Aman Raheja

Philippe Reynolds wrote:

> Greetings all,
> I'm currently just starting with Apache so sorry in advance if my 
> terminology isn't the greatest.
> I'm creating dynamic html pages that contain forms and integrated 
> php.  Like in any form it contains a submit button.  This first is the 
> interface where people can enter values etc...
> My form actions a second page to accomplishs some calculations, etc..
> My first page works very well (when I hit the submit button the second 
> page is actioned and everything executes) while using firefox.
> However, while usig Internet Explorer (IE) the button seems to be 
> deactivated. ( I get the standard "ding" sound, error)
> My current thought process is leading me to believe that apache isn't 
> acting properly with IE.  Can anyone shed some light on this situation.
> Cheers
> Phil 

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