[Seaside] adding parameters to updater

Lukas Renggli renggli at gmail.com
Tue Oct 24 22:07:23 UTC 2006

> Any idea why this doesn't work?  Maybe I do not understand updater.  I'm
> trying to make this as simple as possible so I can see what it is doing?  It
> seems like it is working but the javascript is not being evaluated once it
> is returned to the browser.  Is there a way to see what ajax is returning?
> Any ideas what I'm doing wrong?

FireBug is the tool to use for any questions related to JavaScript:

For you particular problem this is rather a CSS problem than one of
Scriptaculous. With the following code it works for me:

#ron { background-color: green; }
#ron.foo { background-color: red; }

Note that there is no space between #ron.foo as these signifies the
same element (this does not work in IE, to make it work there you
presumably have to remove the #ron). Then there is also the order that
matters in which the rules are specified (in your case it doesn't
matter as classes go after id's, but just in general ...)

Lukas Renggli

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