[Seaside] Seaside anchors and #click event bubbling
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.
used to identify DOM nodes, names are used to name submit fields.
I still don't get what this has to do with Seaside? ;-)
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