[Seaside] Submit form with scriptaculous - callback not called
pdebruic at gmail.com
Tue Feb 14 17:49:56 UTC 2012
OR you could attach the callback to a hidden input in the #foo form.
But, not using buttons to submit forms is bad because search engine
crawlers hit links automatically (which you probably don't want when it
comes to forms) and the information you're submitting is sent via GET
rather than POST which has security implications.
Lukas- are there other reasons to use buttons rather than links?
On 12-02-14 08:17 AM, Lukas Renggli wrote:
> You need a button, anchors are never part of a form submission.
> On 14 February 2012 16:39, squeakman<squeakman at gmail.com> wrote:
>> The code below is trying to have the form submitted when the user clicks on
>> the text "Click here".
>> The onClick: submits the form (at least I think that is what the code is
>> My problem is that the callback never gets called. What am I doing wrong?
>> (There are no errors reported by firebug.)
>> renderContentOn: html
>> (html form)
>> id: #foo;
>> [(html paragraph)
>> onClick: (html scriptaculous request triggerForm: #foo);
>> with: 'Click here'.
>> (html anchor)
>> " this callback is never called"
>> callback: [self answer];
>> with: 'Done']
>> Many thanks,
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