Hmm heard of firefox extensions havent been game enough to install them yet :D
Thanks SOS, I will try that and see what happens thankyou :)
"form_cars" is the name of my form.
I go check the html form it refers to and the 2 names "form_cars" both are correct.
Welcome to the crazeee world of browser incompatability :)
There is an ECMAScript standard (Ha ha ha ha laughs uncontrollably) which has been interpreted by browser creaters in a lot of different ways all who claim compliance (Bunches up in another fit of giggles)
For your immediate problem try:
Instead of using the form name, generally there is only one form in a web-page so you can be sure it will be at index 0 in the DOM (Document Object Model)
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