When I click the submit button below my comment nothing happens and the text box just highlights blue.
Chrome Version 35.0.1916.153
Latest Mac OS whatever kids these days are calling it: Maverick Snow Lion?
One plug-in: pinterest pinny buttony thing from (the one made by pinterest)
Edit: Dur... an error I just didn't see.
Please do not include inequality signs (< or >).
Sorry you are having issues posting a comment on a Hub.
From your edit to your original post, can I assume you figured out the issue and it was related to using special characters on the comment?
Your examples, < and > ?
If so, I was able to reproduce this what you are seeing and have let our engineering team know so that we might make the error message more prominent.
"<" and ">" are important characters when it comes to website programming. As such, when they show up in text, it highly perturbs many websites. I would imagine that the "B" site practically implodes every time it runs into these two characters in user text.
Yes, it was the greater than less than signs.
There are currently error messages, but I just didn't see it (I missed it.)
I too see the message now when I test.
I swear when I did the same test before it kicked me back to the top of the page so I didn't see the messages. Is that what you witnessed as well?
Either way, it seems to be showing the message now, I just wanted to see if you ran into the exact same issue I saw earlier.
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