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  1. BACKGROUND: Now that I have finally got my responsive design to function properly. I did a little exploration of my site from my new iPhone 5 that a colleague gave me.to replace my broken "obsolete" iPhone 4. What I discovered was the unusual appearance of one of my form input controls. Although the submit button appears correctly on my still functioning "obsolete" MacBook, it does not appear correct on my new, not yet "obsolete" iPhone. When I investigate the matter with Firebug I am told that there is event bubbling. Now, I am not at all sure that this is the source of the problem. Neither, am I clear about how the bubbling is being created. This is the first time that I have encountered such an issue. TROUBLED DOCUMENT: 1) Open the Grammar Captive mainpage in your smartphone. 2) Find the text Weekly Podcasts under the Products subtitle in the navigation bar on your left and click on it. 3) Scroll to the bottom of the form located toward the bottom of the page and discover that the value of the button -- namely, Discover! -- is partially hidden. The width of the button is clearly not wide enough to display the entire value of the value attribute. QUESTION ONE: Why does the value attribute display correctly in my browser window on my "obsolete" MacBook, but not on my not yet "obsolete" iPhone? QUESTION TWO: If bubbling is the source of the problem, what must I do to fix it? Roddy
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