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Jan 14, 2004

I have a problem with a simple link on non-ie borwsers. This is my link:

<a href="#" onClick="window.location.href('http://www.html.it'); return false;">link</a>

I'tried with and within "window", with and within "return false" but it didn't run..

Do you have any idea or suggestion?

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I have this line in an XHTML form:

Code:

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Anyone have any ideas or alternative solutions?
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Any idea or advice?
TIA, BG.

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