I have the code below on a page that directs back to my home page.......
<div style="position: absolute; width: auto; height: auto; left: 488px; top: 347px; z-index: 1;" id="button">
<form name="backbutton" action="../../myhomepage/index.html">
<input type="submit" name="xx" value="Back to Homepage" />
The form then creates the URL below to my home page and this in turn keeps my menus from working. The homepage needs to be refreshed, sometimes numerous times before the menus start working.
Is this normal and how do I get rid of the extra parameters in the URL? I know I can create a link without using the form but thought there might be a another way to fix the form since I have so many of these on my site. Also, this problem only seems to happen with IE. Firefox, Chrome and Safari don't seem to be affected. Thanks.
try by adding " method='get' " attribute to from element and try change the id value equal to "button" to division element.
Thanks for your reply. I have it working now.
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