This is actually a follow up on my previous thread regarding a good host. We've settled on IX Hosting as our host.
I'd just like to clarify something: we don't want to use PHP or any other coding language for the website, because my 'associate' is an ASP programmer in his real-life job, and he has the needed skill for programming everything.
This is our website: http://www.iWebRate.com. It is only in basic alpha testing, so the design there is not even close to the design we're going to implement in the final version of the website. The website deals with quick & easy website rating, as you can see Please ignore any bugs in the website, they are being taken care of and will be fixed tomorrow
Well, we are having some trouble with the website. Specifically, with choosing descriptions. What I mean is: in Explorer, you may click on the text next to the radio box, and not only on the radio box itself, to select a website description. <-- The clicking area is marked by the red circle.
However, in Firefox, we have trouble with this. You cannot click all the box, as shown in the image, but only the radio-box itself. Clicking the text highlights it, and doesn't select it.
Now, this is only a part of the problem. If you've noticed, the website is built to allow only 10 descriptions to be selected, per website. This works fine in Explorer: when you exceed the description limit, a message pops up. However, in Firefox, nothing happens and you are free to select as many boxes as you want. Also, there is a counter below, showing how many selections you have made. It works on IE, but again, doesn't in Firefox.
I'd be very grateful if someone could look over the website code, and see if you could point your finger on the blame