[Seaside] style CSS and liveCallback
michel.bany at gmail.com
Wed Apr 12 08:53:44 UTC 2006
On 11 Apr 2006, at 08:21 , Avi Bryant wrote:
> Never update CSS styles dynamically. A #style method should always
> just return a literal string. Instead, add different CSS classes
> for each of the possible styles you'll want, have permanent CSS
> entries that define styles for these classes, and change the class
> of your element dynamically when you want it to change its look.
Agreed, but as a curious person, I gave it a try and I included live-
updated style elements in an html.
This gives you an idea about how smart the various browsers are :
1) In Firefox (the clear winner), when a style element is live-
updated, the new style is immediately applied.
update a style element.
You need to catch it, if you want to update the rest of the live-
3) In IE, live updates of style elements are silently ignored and the
rest of the live-updated elements are updated.
So I published SeasideAsync-mb.38 that includes the try/catch in the
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