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  1. #1
    CJ
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    Default Forms Combo Box Problem in Firefox

    The form on this page works correctly in IE but goes wacky in Firefox, plus
    the form is using validation so maybe it's not possible to get it working
    correctly. Any help would be appreciated!

    http://www.stripperwear.com/mbtest1.html




  2. #2
    Adendum
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    Default Re: Forms Combo Box Problem in Firefox

    CJ,

    Now why can't I get clients like this one!!! Managed not to hang around
    the site for more than an hour!

    If you mean the email newsletter element. I used FF and everything was
    fine. Or did you mean some other part of the site?

    Liked the shopping cart and how the images were handled - how did you do
    that?

    Paul

    On 01/03/2010 03:51, CJ wrote:
    > The form on this page works correctly in IE but goes wacky in Firefox, plus
    > the form is using validation so maybe it's not possible to get it working
    > correctly. Any help would be appreciated!
    >
    > http://www.stripperwear.com/mbtest1.html
    >
    >
    >
    >


  3. #3
    CJ
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    Default Re: Forms Combo Box Problem in Firefox

    Hey Paul,

    Thanks for the positive feedback! The images are handled by MagicZoom, very
    nice except for the part where I had to create 4 images for every style on
    my site, but I guess it beats looking at widgets all day :-). The email
    newsletter element works fine, sorry for the confusion. If you take another
    look at the page I included a clearer example that shows the problem I'm
    having. The order form dropdown is where things go whacky. If I use the
    forms combo box to created the order/shopping cart form, the dropdown boxes
    are too tall. If I add a select option tag such as 'select color' the add
    to bag doesn't work. And if I add validation I get errors on the yahoo cart
    side. If I don't use the forms combo box and create the order/cart code and
    insert it in a text box it looks and works correctly in IE/FF but it doesn't
    have validation or a select option. Tricky to explain so hopefully this
    example shows the problem a little more clearly.

    http://www.stripperwear.com/mbtest1.html

    "Adendum" <Adendum@hotmail.co.uk> wrote in message
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    > CJ,
    >
    > Now why can't I get clients like this one!!! Managed not to hang around
    > the site for more than an hour!
    >
    > If you mean the email newsletter element. I used FF and everything was
    > fine. Or did you mean some other part of the site?
    >
    > Liked the shopping cart and how the images were handled - how did you do
    > that?
    >
    > Paul
    >
    > On 01/03/2010 03:51, CJ wrote:
    >> The form on this page works correctly in IE but goes wacky in Firefox,
    >> plus
    >> the form is using validation so maybe it's not possible to get it working
    >> correctly. Any help would be appreciated!
    >>
    >> http://www.stripperwear.com/mbtest1.html
    >>
    >>
    >>
    >>




  4. #4
    Adendum
    Guest

    Default Re: Forms Combo Box Problem in Firefox

    CJ,

    Thanks for the MagicZoom tip - I'll take a look later.

    Forms wise - are you using the NOF component or creating the forms
    manually? Personally I've never had much success with the component so I
    only ever create forms manually. Or put another way I'm not the best
    person to ask...you need someone who uses the component and gets the
    thing to do what you want! <g>

    Paul

    On 01/03/2010 18:47, CJ wrote:
    > Hey Paul,
    >
    > Thanks for the positive feedback! The images are handled by MagicZoom, very
    > nice except for the part where I had to create 4 images for every style on
    > my site, but I guess it beats looking at widgets all day :-). The email
    > newsletter element works fine, sorry for the confusion. If you take another
    > look at the page I included a clearer example that shows the problem I'm
    > having. The order form dropdown is where things go whacky. If I use the
    > forms combo box to created the order/shopping cart form, the dropdown boxes
    > are too tall. If I add a select option tag such as 'select color' the add
    > to bag doesn't work. And if I add validation I get errors on the yahoo cart
    > side. If I don't use the forms combo box and create the order/cart code and
    > insert it in a text box it looks and works correctly in IE/FF but it doesn't
    > have validation or a select option. Tricky to explain so hopefully this
    > example shows the problem a little more clearly.
    >
    > http://www.stripperwear.com/mbtest1.html
    >
    > "Adendum"<Adendum@hotmail.co.uk> wrote in message
    > news:hmgs3e$6af$1@DailyPlanet.news.netobjects.com. ..
    >
    >> CJ,
    >>
    >> Now why can't I get clients like this one!!! Managed not to hang around
    >> the site for more than an hour!
    >>
    >> If you mean the email newsletter element. I used FF and everything was
    >> fine. Or did you mean some other part of the site?
    >>
    >> Liked the shopping cart and how the images were handled - how did you do
    >> that?
    >>
    >> Paul
    >>
    >> On 01/03/2010 03:51, CJ wrote:
    >>
    >>> The form on this page works correctly in IE but goes wacky in Firefox,
    >>> plus
    >>> the form is using validation so maybe it's not possible to get it working
    >>> correctly. Any help would be appreciated!
    >>>
    >>> http://www.stripperwear.com/mbtest1.html
    >>>
    >>>
    >>>
    >>>
    >>>

    >
    >


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