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click() method

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Is it possible to use the .click() method in any browser beside IE?
(which would be Opera and Mozilla? or in some way that make that kind of
effect?)

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Jul 23 '05 #1
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Geir Eivind Mork <mo**@mpr.no> writes:
Is it possible to use the .click() method in any browser beside IE?
Which click method, and use for what?
(which would be Opera and Mozilla?
Or Safari or KMeleon or ICEBrowser or OmniWeb or ....
or in some way that make that kind of effect?)


Which kind of effect?

It is generally possible to use the click method on form controls that
are buttons (of some sort), radiobuttons or checkboxes. It should work
the same in all current browsers, and is part of the W3C HTML-DOM:
<URL: http://www.w3.org/TR/DOM-Level-2-HTM...tml#ID-2651361 >

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Jul 23 '05 #2

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Lasse Reichstein Nielsen wrote:
Is it possible to use the .click()s method in any browser beside IE?
Which click method, and use for what?

I'm just trying ways to make the file upload dialog a bit prettier. but
it's not an easy task
(which would be Opera and Mozilla?


Or Safari or KMeleon or ICEBrowser or OmniWeb or ....

ofcourse, that would be plus. but since i just got ie, moz, opera and
konq it's kind of hard to test on those without using expensive
solutions like browsercam or what it is called.
It is generally possible to use the click method on form controls that
are buttons (of some sort), radiobuttons or checkboxes. It should work
the same in all current browsers, and is part of the W3C HTML-DOM:
<URL: http://www.w3.org/TR/DOM-Level-2-HTM...tml#ID-2651361 >

In IE it works for the file as well, oh bugger. but thanks for the link.
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Geir Eivind - Drammen

"Du trenger alt vi har, og litt til. Må nok ha noe skreddersøm her, ja."
- Daglig leder, Larsoft
Jul 23 '05 #3

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