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    Website not accepting input on Google Chrome

    by traceyevans414 ·

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    I am having an issue with my website not accepting input on Google Chrome.

    When I try to submit a form or use any interactive elements on the website, the input is not being accepted and I am unable to proceed. I have tried accessing the website on other browsers and the issue does not occur on those browsers.

    I have also tried clearing my cache and cookies, but the issue persists on Chrome. Has anyone else experienced this issue with the website on Chrome and found a solution? Any help would be greatly appreciated

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    • #4016466
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      Re: Chrome

      by kees_b ·

      In reply to Website not accepting input on Google Chrome

      Does this happen only on your PC or on all devices (other PC/laptop, tablet, phone) that you try it on?
      If it happens everywhere, it’s an error on the site. If it only occurs on your PC, it’s something strange on your PC.

    • #4017803

      Reply To: Website not accepting input on Google Chrome

      by lilyrosebagcottage ·

      In reply to Website not accepting input on Google Chrome

      This is same issue for my website.

      • This reply was modified 4 weeks, 1 day ago by Avatar photokees_b.
    • #4017815

      Reply To: Website not accepting input on Google Chrome

      by blogusama ·

      In reply to Website not accepting input on Google Chrome

      It’s a common issue that sometimes occurs. I had also faced this form errors in my company website but following the below procedure now the site working fine.

      Check if there are any JavaScript errors on the page. To do this, open the Developer Console in Chrome (Ctrl + Shift + J) and see if there are any errors being logged.

      Check if there are any extensions or plugins that could be causing the issue. To do this, try opening the website in an incognito window (Ctrl + Shift + N) to disable all extensions and see if the issue persists.

      Check if there are any conflicting styles or layout issues that could be causing the issue. To do this, you can try using the “Inspect” feature in Chrome (Ctrl + Shift + I) to see if there are any issues with the HTML or CSS of the page.

      Check if there are any network issues or connectivity problems that could be causing the issue. To do this, try opening the website on a different device or network to see if the issue persists.

      If none of these steps help, it could be helpful to provide more information about your website (e.g. URL, any error messages you are seeing, etc.) so that I can help diagnose the issue more accurately.

      Note: irrelevant link removed by moderator.

      • This reply was modified 4 weeks, 1 day ago by blogusama.
      • This reply was modified 4 weeks, 1 day ago by Avatar photokees_b.
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