- Not sure if this is a known issue : If you have a form within a table td cell, the editor makes that textarea element not submit on a standard GET or POST - onMessage 1 of 2 , Oct 1, 2007View SourceNot sure if this is a known issue :
If you have a form within a table td cell, the editor makes that
textarea element not submit on a standard GET or POST - on firefox
(Win and BSD versions). IE doesn't appear to have this problem.
haven't tried others.
<form name="form1" id="form1" method="GET" action="testeditortd.php">
<input type="text" name="text1" id="text1" value="text1" >
<textarea name="msgpost" id="msgpost" cols="50" rows="10">
<input type="submit" name="submit" value="Submit" />
The GET forgets about the textarea entirely and sends :
If you put the form elements outside of the table, or you don't use
the editor, all arguments pass.
I've put two examples, the working and the broken, up at
Other than being able to repeat it, I have no idea what is at fault here.
- Keith -- The reason that the form is not being submitted correctly is that having the form tag inside of the table or td is invalid HTML. Firefox will notMessage 2 of 2 , Oct 2, 2007View SourceKeith --
The reason that the form is not being submitted correctly is that having the form tag inside of the table or td is invalid HTML.
It is best practice to have your form outside of the table, which should work properly..
Hope that helps :)
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