[TriLUG] "Magic" navigation
william at trilug.org
Tue Oct 23 13:33:55 EDT 2007
I was waiting for him to respond back but my thought is this: If it isn't
necessary to process the text changes between hiding them and revealing
them, then you don't need to post back to the script /at all/ until the
changes are finalized. This would mean changing the page so that
1. the hide/reveal buttons are in a <form> tag with no action attribute
2. any other buttons that don't require postback can also be grouped with
the buttons in #1.
3. any postback buttons can be kept in the existing form tag
4. the buttons grouped in #1 can be <button name="foo"
5. put <a name="foo" style tags in each text block, and jump to those (or
For client-side-only actions, there's no need to keep posting back to the
On Tue, 23 Oct 2007, Kevin Hunter wrote:
> At 12:17p -0400 on 23 Oct 2007, Brian McCullough wrote:
>> At this point, we want to go to "newTarget", _not_ "target", as shown in
>> the "action" clause of the form, which was set "hours" ago.
> wherever you want to jump to, and have an onload= function for the body?
> be good to go. That was one method I used for a similar problem awhile
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