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Buggy JavaScript in Netscape 3.01

Buggy JavaScript in Netscape 3.01

Buggy JavaScript in Netscape 3.01

I developed a client-sided JavaScript, which worked fine using Internet Explorer 4 and Netscape 4 browser, exception for Netscape 3.01.

The script function is to check whether a textbox contained anything typed-in or not. In Netscape 3.01, after data been typed in the textbox, when the script executed, it show that the textbox is empty, but executed again is fined!

Anyone got a clue or cure for this one?


RE: Buggy JavaScript in Netscape 3.01

Can't tell without seeing the code itself. Do you have a sample?

RE: Buggy JavaScript in Netscape 3.01

Here is it, it's been simplified:

<form method=post>
Company Logo :
<input type="file" name="LogoFileSpec" maxlength=50>
<input type="reset">
<input type="button" value="Submit" onClick="SubmitForm()">

<script language="JavaScript">
function SubmitForm()
if (document.forms[0].LogoFileSpec.value.length == 0)
alert('Please attach your company logo.');

RE: Buggy JavaScript in Netscape 3.01

try using document.forms[0].elements[0].focus();

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