I'm a newbie and I've been trying to figure this out for a little while now, hopefully someone can point me in the right direction. case1 <div id="new"> </div> case2 <div id="new"><div id="item1"></div></div> <div id="new2"><div id="item1"></div></div> With RJS in case1, I can access "new" with page['new']. What would the RJS syntax be if I wanted to access "item1" in "new2"?
on 2006-06-11 01:28
on 2006-06-11 02:28
Instead of item1, can you name your divs new-item1 and new2-item1? It's really not a good idea to have more than one element with the same ID.
on 2006-06-11 02:35
I'm doing this one way and I want to make sure that it's not as messy as it feels. I want to ensure that certain controller methods are only called when form params are passed in from the form on my site. In my application.rb, I have a method called log_current_action which stores the current controller and action in a session param and moves this info into last_controller and last_action so that I know from where the user came in the app. In application.rb, I call this method from before_filer :log_current_action before every request is processed. I want to make sure that a user is processing the forms correctly and my method does work, but it feels a little clumsy. Any advice? Thanks, David
on 2006-06-11 17:54
Is there any advice on this? I'm a bit concerned. Thanks, David