[Seaside] Seaside anchors and #click event bubbling

Lukas Renggli renggli at gmail.com
Tue Mar 11 12:22:46 UTC 2008

>  For submit buttons the story is different. They have this function .click()
>  which seems appealing at first but for this case of use it's useless due to the
>  stop of the click event. There is no problem in send submit() to the form but I
>  think I need more than that because Seaside use to identify the submit button
>  pressed to perform the button's callback and seems is using the button name
>  attribute. I'm still trying to figure out that part.

You can give the button an ID and use that from JavaScript. IDs are
used to identify DOM nodes, names are used to name submit fields.

I still don't get what this has to do with Seaside? ;-)


Lukas Renggli

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