Discussion in 'Great HITs' started by Jahanzeb, Oct 26, 2012.
if you need a hand, let me know
UGH can't submit either, and it will literally such a PAINFUL, never ending survey! This is terrible
I don't know if this will help you out or not, but on FF there is a greasemonkey script that shows all the code for whatever page you are on. I think it is called Firebug.
You're totally fucking amazing for even trying! Just so you know...
I just tped all my answers over into a word document so I can just enter them in quickly if i have to reload the page. should take me like 5 minutes to copy them all over.
I GOT IT. I'm on Chrome and had to edit the HTML to make it work. Typing out an explanation tutorial now.
You got it to submit!>
If you're on Chrome, right click near the Submit button and click "Inspect Element".
Scroll down in the HTML until you see the submit button code which looks something like this: <input type="submit" blah blah>
Right click, edit as HTML and copy it (Control + C on keyboard).
Scroll up a little bit in the HTML field and right click the tag that says </form>
and click "Edit HTML"
You'll get a large editable box. Go to the end of the box, and RIGHT BEFORE the </form> tag, paste the Submit button code (Control + V on keyboard) and press Enter.
*DO NOT REFRESH THE PAGE*
Press submit on the survey and it'll go through.
To explain, what happened was, the person who made that form put the submit button OUTSIDE of the actual form code, which renders the submit button useless. The fix is to edit the HTML to put the submit button INSIDE the form code to register the button to submit THAT form.
If anyone needs further explanation, let me know. If you have Firefox, I'm not sure if Firebug does the same thing, but...won't hurt to try!
bahahahahahah beat me to it
you can do it on firefox, mine just went through, though i deleted the extra nested form instead of moving the button, since techincally the button IS inside the correct form, it's just that the nested one makes the document think the form ends earlier than it does
if you move the button
the answers might not go through
i think you might be better off deleting the small form that has 'javascipt return validate this' and no content except for
i think by moving the button what you're actually doing is just putting it before the first </form> tag, but the radio buttons with your answers are before the second </form> tag
so it's submitting no values
Read several passages and answer questions about them.
Requester: SCN Surveys Reward: $2.00 per HIT
REally bad TO. only 1 review. Might give it a try
Nice man! *High five*
Pays to be in IT sometimes
Yeah. Neither can I. Can anybody submit this, or did we just do all that work for nothing?
$0.75 - A brief survey
Working on this on the moment, will update on time when done, says 30 minutes
*EDIT* - Check out sasquatch's post at the top of this page
read my post at the top of the page
i think moving the button may not do what you want it to
What's Firebug? I don't understand any of that stuff in the tutorial.
Hmm. Well nothing I can do about it now, I submitted it and they have an e-mail from me.
Firebug is a Firefox addon that allows you to edit a live webpage in HTML. I have no experience with it, although I have heard of it, so I can't comment on it personally.