<input type="hidden" name="_action_deleteCustomer" value="deleteCustomer">
In the form works for me, if someone hits Enter, that field gets sent, and
my action is called. It won't work for multiple submit buttons, but I
usually don't use those anyways (or if I do, I use seperate forms).
[mailto:webware-discuss-admin@... Behalf Of Aaron
Sent: Monday, November 04, 2002 7:06 AM
To: Jason Hildebrand
Subject: Re: [Webware-discuss] bitten by IE
You used to be able to stop this by putting two forms on the page, but I
just tried that and I can still submit by hitting enter.
Personally I always use FunFormKit to handle any form input and rely on
actions for single click inputs, like clicking the top of a column to
sort a table.
Try FFK, its the cleanest form handler I've every worked with.
Jason Hildebrand wrote:
> Hi all,
> I tracked down the source of some recent tracebacks. It seems that on
> IE, if you're in a text field of a form and hit enter, the form gets
> submitted _without_ the name/value of any submit button included in the
> form data, so none of your actions will get called, and writeHTML will
> be called instead.
> This behaviour in IE is written up (in some detail) here:
> I like the concept of actions, but this behaviour seems to render them
> largely useless, since you can't count on them being called. Instead
> you have to hack your respond() mechanism to have a default action, or
> simply do all of your processing in writeContent(), neither of which
> enter-submission doesn't seem appealing either.
> Since I'm sure I'm not the first to deal with this problem, I'm
> wondering how other people cope with this in a clean way.
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