MVC :: When I Click Everywhere In The Page, The Button 2 Change It's Position To The Bottom Of The Page And Get The Focus?
Sep 14, 2010
I got a problem with an Ajax form in MVC2 (VS 2010).Well I got an Index.aspx that has a Ajax.BeginForm, with a textbox and a input button (Button 1). The HttpPost of this simple form, will be handled by an action of my controller. This action will render a PartialView.The PartialView has a table that I fill with a ViewModel. Also it has another Ajax.BeginForm and another input button (Button 2). This new Ajax.BeginForm is handled by an action that has to do something with the data posted.
Here's the thing: I click the Button 1, fill the table and everything is going well, but after that when I click everywhere in the page, the Button 2 change it's position to the bottom of the page and get the focus ... I don't know why ...
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