Form not submitting in IE8 (See more user questions)
Yep, it was a stupid error on the form page. I had (for some strange reason)
a </form> before the input submit button code - so the submit was not part
of the form, it was staring me in the face but I couldn't see it. But I
also had another </form> after the submit button code as well. Funny thing
is that IE6 and Firefox didn't have a problem with this just IE8 - and I
always thought that firefox was the fussy one.
Thanks for your help,
----- Original Message -----
Sent: Monday, September 20, 2010 1:18 PM
Subject: Re: IE8 with formtoemail
> Hi .
> Good to hear from you, my pleasure to assist!
> The browser makes no difference to the script. The browser posts the form
> data to the script (which is sitting on your server). The script then
> processes the data. To put it another way, the script only receives data,
> it has no effect over the sending of the data which is your problem here.
> I bet it's a silly error on your form page. Check the HTML validation,
> If you're stuck, give me the URL of the form page.
> Best wishes.
> Charles Sweeney
> The world's easiest feedback script!
> ----- Original Message -----
> Sent: Monday, September 20, 2010 12:06 PM
> Subject: IE8 with formtoemail
> Hi Charles,
> You've been a great help in the past with help that I needed with using
> I just have another question - Is there a problem with using
> formtoemailpro with IE8?
> I have a webpage which has html code embedded into php - I collect data
> from this page and try to send it via the usual method POST to the
> formtoemailpro. But when the submit button is clicked absolutely nothing
> happens. Although it does work in IE6 and Mozilla firefox.
> To confuse matters even more I have another page which is fully HTML with
> no PHP and the submit button works fine and sends the data via the
> formtoemailpro, even in IE8.
> Have you come across this before? Thought that I should check with you
> first before I start tearing my code apart -I'm not a proffesional by any
> means just an enthusiastic amateur.
> Thanks for your help,