[Seaside] How to create checkboxes
hartzzenen at gmail.com
Thu Jul 5 21:10:34 UTC 2007
Well, what I'm trying to do is creating a table and put some checkboxes
inside this table which set some properties. And I want to have a submit
button. The difficulty I'm facing is that since the checkboxes require an
enclosing form, I'm unable to put this submit button outside the table. I've
tried putting the table inside the form, but that didn't work...the submit
button shows up inside the table... :)
How can I do this?
On 7/5/07, Philippe Marschall <philippe.marschall at gmail.com> wrote:
> 2007/7/3, Kazuki Sanada <hartzzenen at gmail.com>:
> > Thanks for the tips! They're really helpful!
> > I think I found out why the 'id' attribute didn't work. I think it was
> > because I was using WAHtmlRender as my RendererClass. Am I right?
> Yepp, WAHtmlRender is deprecated and will be removed in future versions.
> > Now that I noticed that I was using WAHtmlRenderer, I managed to create
> > checkboxes using this:
> > checkboxWithValue:callback:
> > I also noticed that in this class, there is a method
> > checkboxWithValue:callback:usingFormNamed: , or something
> > like that. How am I supposed to use that? It seems that you have to pass
> > form name, but how can I do that?
> html cssId: 'WAHtmlRenderIsUncool'.
> html form: [
> checkboxWithValue: self checked
> callback: [ :value | self checked: value ]
> usingFormNamed: 'WAHtmlRenderIsUncool' ]
> Clicking on the checkbox will then submit the form.
> > Can I associate a checkbox with a
> > different form? (by different, I mean not the one enclosing the
> I guess so, but then the checkbox callback will not be evaluated.
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