Is GoDaddy a good registrar to use?
Quick question... Is GoDaddy a good registrar to use? Thanks in advance for any response. Another question on my mind: Here is the Code, it works in all browsers but IE...

Comments (17)

Of course! but you might wanna make sure and wait for someone else here to confirm this as I am unsure. Better yet, why don't you email the Godaddy guys because they can help better...

Comment #1

I'm kinda confused at all this. It works in Mozilla and firefox...and the whole rr_x thing is making my brain hurt. It usually turns out that I'm misplacing or missing a syntax. Anyway you can dumb down the whole rr_x or rr_y thing?.

Also, the PHP above is merely to show a certain image if the rating = said # so if it is a 4.0, then it shows 4rating.jpg......

Comment #2

Is this what you are talking about? Change the rr???.

The reason for the Value=# in the form is to submit the vote from the image when clicked. I'm sure you know this, but just wanted to mention that......

Comment #3

Anytime you use a iamge for a button the name of the image will change. ALL browsers do this. the form will send the contents of the formjust like you think, but for image buttons it is different. instead of the name being 'rr' it will change to 'rr_x' and 'rr_y' respectfully. you cannot change this. so in your query you do this.

But, just sitting here thinking about this, not sure if this will work. do this first. in the php add this print_r($_POST);.

Noticed I commented out the header redirects. please post the array() here so I can see it. this is after you click on a image to submit...

Comment #4

Hmm, I see it still stuck with the 'rr', cool. so that is ok. so, what doesn't work? you can delete those what I had you add, thanks..

Comment #5

What happens, is in Mozilla it takes the right rating....however, in IE it acts like no matter what image you pressed, it believes you want the value to be "0".

Ie, why the value=1 or 2 or 3...etc..

It's probably some really stupid markup mistake. ; )..

Comment #6

Ok, so put the stuff back like you had it where the print_r was showing..

Then use IE to submit the form. what does it show?..

Comment #7

Ok...then I went and deleted the rating and did it in Mozilla.....

Comment #8

I redid it again...and tried in IE again....this is the Result.....

Comment #9

Ok, so IE is not sending the image name, are you using the form like I suggested with the <input> tags?..

Comment #10

This is how it looks now...I had to leave the name as rr for it to work at all....

Yeah, I think I did it like you said.....

Comment #11

Ok, that is fine, you had to leave it anyway. try this, if this doesn't work then you can't use images..

Comment #12

Arggghhh...there has to be a way.... I'll mess with it a little more.....

Comment #13

If IE doesn't send the value then no, there is not a way. you need to not use images, use a drop down or something..

Comment #14

Well, you know what they say, there's more than one way to skin a cat..

Check this out to see how I accomplished the task....


Thanks for trying guys... : ).

This proves that you can get around any design problem : P..

Comment #15

Was that a clever fix or what Scoutt...I feel very proud. : D..

Comment #16

Well there you go, you didnt' use images so I was right. and you did the correct thing, good job. a radio button is the next best thing...

Comment #17

Yup, thanks for the help. 1 down, 1 more to go. = P..

Comment #18

This question was taken from a support group/message board and re-posted here so others can learn from it.