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Turn off "enter key" submit function

mirirom (Programmer) (OP)
8 Apr 02 10:47
heya,

i'm working on an .asp form using 2 submit buttons.  it'd be great if i could remove IE's functionality of automatically calling the 1st "submit" button found when the enter key is presseed - thereby forcing the user to click/choose a selection.

is there any way to do this?  i've read a few posts about forcing a default from one button to another, however, this kind of fix really isn't applicable to my situation (no default can be realistically determined).   

any suggestions are appreciated!  thanks =)

mirirom
shaddow (Programmer)
8 Apr 02 19:27
try to use in the onkeydown or in the onkeypress event of the first button the following:
sub submit1_onclick
 window.event.cancelBubble =true
end sub
sub submit1_onkeydown
 window.event.cancelBubble =true
end sub

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George, M

mirirom (Programmer) (OP)
9 Apr 02 11:07
hi shaddow,

tx for your reply.  tried implementing your suggestion and unfortunately, it didn't work.  the events were called correctly, however, the
window.event.cancelBubble = true
method didn't do anything.  perhaps i'm missing something?  sorry for my ignorance; i'm new to web programming and my familiarity with the various object collections is less than desireable.. . .

mirirom
SrinuReddy (Programmer)
10 Apr 02 2:32
Hey if u want user to click on button to submit the form then why r u using the submit buttons .. use normal buttons and submit the for only when he clicks it..

Hope this helps ..

Srinu...
mirirom (Programmer) (OP)
10 Apr 02 15:51
indeed,

i changed the input type of one of the "submit" items to "button", then overloaded the object_onClick event.  interesting note though:  the form.action and form.submit methods do not work with the onClick event.  however, window.navigate does --- provided that elements of the QueryString are passed with the URL (e.g. window.navigate "//someDir/somePage.asp?control=" & _ form.control.value

thanks for your input again.

mirirom
SrinuReddy (Programmer)
11 Apr 02 0:07
It should work use:

document.formname.action="TargetPage url"
document.formname.method="get" or "post"
document.formname.submit();


this will submit the form if u include it in button click.

hope this will work for u..
srinu...

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