I can't post questions or forum topics from Safari

This is the third time this has happened (the first time I thought it was the video I was trying to share), but when I get to the part where I click on "preview" for my question or forum topic, the screen goes blank and even after 5 minutes nothing changes. I can return to the previous page and everything I have typed is there. I tried going to Firefox and was able to post just fine. That is how I am able to do this right now. Is there a reason I can't use Safari for posting in this section, I can do everything else on Instructables from Safari.

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frollard6 years ago
thirded, fourth'd ...twenty-eightth....d

I can't post either.

Mozilla/5.0 (Windows; U; Windows NT 6.1; en-GB; rv: Gecko/20101203 Firefox/3.6.13
Kiteman6 years ago
Bumping a thread because I can't post forum topics or a bug report.

When posting a new topic, the preview function does not happen.

In the corner of the screen, it says javascript:submitForm()

That is all.

Ninzerbean (author)  Kiteman6 years ago
Have you tried another browser? I had to end up going to Firefox to post.
I'm using FF
DJ Radio7 years ago
Use Firefox.  The site is optimized for Firefox, not so much for other browsers.
Ninzerbean (author)  DJ Radio7 years ago
 DJ, the option to click on "best answer" is no longer here as I wanted you to have it - could it be that I just don't see it on Safari?
This isn't answers.  This is a forum topic.  You have to ask a question to get the option to select "Best answer"

I don't answer questions just to get best answer anyways.  I answer questions just to help people out.  
Ninzerbean (author)  DJ Radio7 years ago
 Anyway, (there is no such word as "anyways") thank you.
Did you read Ninzerbean's post?
I tried going to Firefox and was able to post just fine. That is how I am able to do this right now.
This bug report is fine as it is, and she's made it clear that she already knows the workaround.

If I'bles were using strictly conforming HTML and JavaScript, then these browser issues would be far less common (except with IE, which doesn't conform to standards anyway).

I know he wrote that part, but I was just telling him why Firefox works where Safari fails.
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