Last post Feb 11, 2013 11:06 AM by webJose
Feb 11, 2013 11:01 AM|UselessChimp|LINK
I have noticed a problem with iOS that I cannot work around other than recoding pages to use different methods.
In Mobile Safari if I click a button on a form that has a server side event (such as raising a response.redirect) it will go to the new form. If I then press the back button and try to click another button it does not matter what button I press, it is the
event for the first button that I pressed that will fire. The only way it works properly is if I reload the page completely, which is done if the page is loaded in response to a query.
Does anyone else experience this problem or know of a solution please?
Feb 11, 2013 11:06 AM|webJose|LINK
I have never experienced it but I guess that Mobile Safari is expecting the same Response.Redirect() from any button that submits to the same form, which is basically any button in the form with a server-side click event.
Your solution should be among the lines of asking the browser to expire the page immediately.