Value attribute for input elements of type submit is ignored in IE
gregopet opened this issue · comments
If I create an input element of type 'submit' with ZenCoding and assign it a value attribute to change its text, the value is ignored and a default string is used instead in IE 8.
Here's a demo: http://jsfiddle.net/fskDS/2/
I've tried to analyze this, and right now what I can find that that IE9 is giving me an error:
SEC7112: Script from https://raw.github.com/zodoz/jquery-ZenCoding/master/jQuery-ZenCoding.js was blocked due to mime type mismatch
I'm thinking that this may mean that IE is not allowing the script to load, therefore the $.zc() function is not available.
I'll continue looking into this, and let you know what I turn up.
This particular issue appears to now be fixed. For some reason IE acts differently when calling $('', attrs); than other browsers. It appears to be fixed after applying attribute changes a second time.
Line 243 if you are interested.
Works now, thanks!