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Ah IE how you make us MAD - MAD I TELL YOU!!!

Ok so I am developing this little site and on the page below in IE9 (at least not check others) when you click on an input field I do not get a flashing cursor - unlike other real browsers (this pop at IE is just my own thoughts and does not reflect that of Treehouse, its members or staff :-) )

Does anyone know a work around on this for me please.


2 Answers

Hey Graham,

When I viewed it in ie9, it looks like the element loses focus after the input is clicked. I haven't checked any of your javascript, but you may have some luck by utilizing jquery's focus() function.

for example:

$('#frmSS1 input').click(function(){

You may have to put the .focus() in a callback function, after the default inner text (First Name, Last Name, etc) disappears. Good luck!

Hi Neal

Thats great thanks for the input. It's IE of course I will need luck :-)