Siddick E. wrote:
<%= link_to_function(“Add a follow-up date for this note?”, nil, :id
=> “show_link”) do |page|
page[:show_link].replace_html “Hide date select”
I’ve set up link_to_function with a block that inserts a chunk of html
from a partial when the link is clicked – namely a data select. I’m
wondering if I can use the same block to replace the link that’s
executing the function?
For example, after a user clicks on “Add a follow-up-date” and the date
select appears, is there an easy way for me to replace the link with a
“nevermind” or something that can then removed the date select? Or
should I have the partial render a button that takes it away, instead of
trying to update the add link? Here’s the exact code I’m using now.
<%= link_to_function(“Add a follow-up date?”, nil, :id =>
“add_follow_up_link”) do |page|
page.insert_html :after, ‘add_follow_up_link’, :partial =>
page.visual_effect :toggle_appear, “follow_up_date_select”
And here’s the partial:
<%= date_select (:action_date, :order => [:month, :day, :year]) %>
My instinct is to just add a button in the partial that will call
with leaving the add link functioning on the page after it’s been
clicked is that if a user accidentally clicks on it again, the partial
is rendered again and I have two identical date_selects on the page.