Link_to_remote :confirm => as JavaScript function (dynamic)

Hey all,

Normally you can use the :confirm functionality of link_to_remote to
specify the text of a confirmation dialogue.

For example, :confirm => “hello” generate:
<a href="#" onclick="if (confirm(‘hello’)) { new Ajax.Request …

I’d like to replace “hello” with a JavaScript call (so that the
confirmation dialogue can contain text based on what a user has so far
done on the page. If I try to pre-emptively close the quote, it ends up
just getting escaped, and the function name is simply displayed:

:confirm => “’+myFunction()”
<a href="#" onclick="if (confirm(’’+myFunction()’)) { new Ajax.Request

Any idea how I might accomplish a dynamic confirmation dialogue?

Thanks!!
-Jason

Have you tried :before instead of :confirm
You’ll have to do your own confirm dialog but your function can
build the confirm string any way you want

On Oct 22, 11:17 am, Jason C. [email protected]

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