[Seaside] Dumb newbie problem with repeating a call/answer

Brad Fuller brad at sonaural.com
Wed Feb 22 20:58:23 UTC 2006

Ramon Leon wrote:
>> that's cool.. I'm now creating my first website... and I've 
>> been using HtmlRendering.
>> Any pointers on docs I should read first for learning the canvas API?
>> It seems similar.
> Canvas is much better, it's just like html.
> Name a tag
> (html anchor) 
> then set properties on it
> (html anchor)
>   id: 'test';
>   onClick: 'alert("hey")';
>   callback:[];
>   liveCallback:[];
>   text: 'bla'.
> this pattern applies to all tags
> (html div)
>   id: 'cool';
>   cssId: 'coolDiv';
>   with:[].
> Use with:[] as the last message to a tab, with:[] is what causes it to
> render, and with:[] is the container, put other tags inside it.  Now you
> don't have to memorize a bunch of weird methods like anchorWithAction or
> whatever, just pop open a browser on the tags themselves, to see what
> properties you can set on them
so, one could have a, say, a HOME button that would be a method?
don't know how to make it go back "Home", but:


(html anchor)
  id: 'homeButton';
  onClick: [];
  text: 'Home'.

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