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<MV:BUTTON image="icon_pen2.gif" upToolTip="Submit Answers" type="button" textColor="#ff0000" buttonColor="#EFEFEF" buttonColorHover="#D6D3CE" buttonHeight="22" buttonWidth="150" imageonly="false" onButtonClick="MyQuiz.submit()"> Submit Answers</MV:BUTTON>
I don't know what a MV:BUTTON is, but I suspect it's server-side code that's was supposed to be translated into HTML before being sent to the browser?
The strange thing is, most instances of IE seem to be handling it just fine.
Look at the top of the page for a "Register Tagprefix="MV"".
<%@ Register Tagprefix="MV" Namespace="MyCompany:MyNameSpace" Assembly="MyAssembly" %>
If you find one, I think you have found a bug in the website coding. If you don't then it might be something else.
This is at the top of the page
And there's a stylesheet with this:
Drilling down further unearths this:
down = !down;
stickyState = down && sticky ? 2 : 1;
// If this is a check button and part of a group, call CheckbuttonGroup()
if (group != null) checkButtonGroup();
if (href != null) doHref();
//fire onButtonClick event to containing page
var myEvent = createEventObject();
myEvent.stickyState = stickyState;
Still not clear why just one browser out of many would be hiccupping.....(sorry for the formatting the code tags seem to be acting a little wonkey)