Issue with posting ( on one of my custom themes )

422422 Developer MVP

I really dont know what is causing this. But..

You make a reply, then try to make another reply... and the submit button is disabled.

In code I see

< input id="Form_PostComment" class="Button CommentButton" type="submit" value="Post Comment" name="Comment/Post_Comment" disabled="disabled">

I am not breaking flood control, so no idea what would cause this, any ideas.. The comment as it is added flashes to the yellow color.. but that color remains.. As if js isnt fadeing it out..

Answers

  • 422422 Developer MVP

    to add, seemingly.. we have in css ( background: rgba(255, 255, 255, 0.5); ) if we remove this css rule, it functions. Any suggestions as to why this could cause an error or to disable the button ?

  • hbfhbf wiki guy? MVP

    a little more info. it looks as if there is a jquery script error that is going unhandled. not sure who would be responsible for this...

    1. Uncaught TypeError: Cannot read property '0' of undefined
    2. jQuery.each.jQuery.fx.step.(anonymous function)
    3. f.fx.updatejquery.js:18
    4. f.fx.stepjquery.js:18
    5. hjquery.js:18
    6. f.fx.customjquery.js:18
    7. f.fn.extend.animatejquery.js:18
    8. e.extend.eachjquery.js:16
    9. e.fn.e.eachjquery.js:16
    10. f.fn.extend.animatejquery.js:18
    11. A.effects.highlight
    12. f.extend.dequeuejquery.js:16
    13. f.fn.extend.queuejquery.js:16
    14. e.extend.eachjquery.js:16
    15. e.fn.e.eachjquery.js:16
    16. f.fn.extend.queuejquery.js:16
    17. A.effects.highlight
    18. C.fn.extend.effect
    19. $.livequery.$.ajax.successdiscussion.js:191
    20. f.extend._Deferred.e.resolveWithjquery.js:16
    21. wjquery.js:18
    22. f.support.ajax.f.ajaxTransport.send.d
  • 422422 Developer MVP

    It cannot be from our theme, as all css animations etc are handled via css. So bewildered @hbf ... something doesnt like background:rgba ( with opacity )

  • hbfhbf wiki guy? MVP

    422 said:
    It cannot be from our theme, as all css animations etc are handled via css. So bewildered @hbf ... something doesnt like background:rgba ( with opacity )

    to me it looks like the jquery code doesn't handle the the rgba type. hopefully a dev heavy hitter can help here.

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