Ron at USMedRec.com
Mon Oct 23 13:47:50 UTC 2006
I think it is possible if you return false from onClick attached to an
anchor on the link.
<a ... onClick: "document.location='...'; false"> This would stop the
onClick from executing in the table row.
Could you give me some more info on what you did for default click?
> From: Cédrick Béler
> Sent: Monday, October 23, 2006 6:35 AM
> > The problem I have is that clicking on the row allows to select (or
> > whatever else) but if you click on a data (table cell) that has an
> > anchor (or action) associated to it, then the selection is also done
> > which is not always what we want. I don't know how to avoid that.
> I solved that with a default onClick (to select the row) on table cells
> of the row that have no clickAction associated to it. It works nice.
> dissable a parent action.
> For instance, we associate a onClick: action that selects the row (add
> it in a selection var) ans one cell contains an anchor. Is it possible
> to click on the anchor, without selecting the row ?
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