[Seaside] adding parameters to updater

Ron Teitelbaum Ron at USMedRec.com
Tue Oct 24 23:49:34 UTC 2006

That was it, and it worked for IE too.  Thank you!  I read about the point
system in CSS too and I guess that makes sense.  Seems easy to make a
mistake though.  

Thanks very much for your help Lukas!


> From: Lukas Renggli 
> Sent: Tuesday, October 24, 2006 6:07 PM
> > 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:
> <https://addons.mozilla.org/firefox/1843/>
> 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
> http://www.lukas-renggli.ch

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