[Seaside] Re: jQuery Ajax: do something before and after
jtuchel at objektfabrik.de
Tue Mar 19 13:18:27 UTC 2013
I am back with this issue. I finally found the difference that renders these
two options unusable. Once you wrap the submitButton into a form tag, the
ajax thingie is screwed, at least in Chrome.
So there is a significant difference between this:
While the first example works as expected, the button in a form doesn't in
Is this a known limitation that I should have been aware of? Is there any
reason for this difference in behavior? How do other seasiders handle this?
Are forms bad per se in conjunction with Ajax??? This woulkd be totally new
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