Making a row a link?

How can I make a

clickable, to invoke an action?

Thanks!

Not sure to understand what you mean but something like

<%=
link_to “your_link” … %>

On Jul 13, 11:29 pm, Justin To [email protected]

Tranquiliste wrote:

Not sure to understand what you mean but something like

<%=
link_to “your_link” … %>

On Jul 13, 11:29 pm, Justin To [email protected]

I want the actual row to be clickable… but how do I invoke an action
when on the onclick??

Thanks

Justin To wrote:

Justin To wrote:

Tranquiliste wrote:

Not sure to understand what you mean but something like

<%=
link_to “your_link” … %>

On Jul 13, 11:29 pm, Justin To [email protected]

I want the actual row to be clickable… but how do I invoke an action
when on the onclick??

Thanks

I need something like this:

Thanks

This should work :

Justin To wrote:

Tranquiliste wrote:

Not sure to understand what you mean but something like

<%=
link_to “your_link” … %>

On Jul 13, 11:29 pm, Justin To [email protected]nvalid

I want the actual row to be clickable… but how do I invoke an action
when on the onclick??

Thanks

I need something like this:

Thanks

how obtrusive :stuck_out_tongue:

On Jul 14, 6:12 am, nico Itkin [email protected]

nico Itkin wrote:

This should work :

Works great, but now I’m having trouble with the controller. In a
partial, I’m trying to replace_html with another partial…

So I’ve got this in the first partial:
<% for user in @users %>
.
.
.
<%= remote_function :url=>{:action=>:show_user_detail, :id => user.email
} %>
.
.
.

sdf
This has some problems. Firstly, It still displays 'sdf' even though I have display:none for the
, so what's wrong with that?

In my controller, I have this:

def show_user_detail
if(request.xhr?)
render :update do |rjs|
# :params[:id] ??? I’ve no clue if I did that right.
rjs.replace_html :params[:id], :partial => ‘form’
end
else
redirect_to_index
end
end

Thanks for the help!

On 14 Jul 2008, at 17:08, Justin To wrote:

So I’ve got this in the first partial:
<% for user in @users %>
.
.
.
<%= remote_function :url=>{:action=>:show_user_detail, :id =>
user.email
} %>
.
.
.

You can’t have a div at the top level of a table like that. (in
addition you can’t use characters like @ in dom ids)

 render :update do |rjs|
   # :params[:id] ??? I've no clue if I did that right.
     rjs.replace_html :params[:id], :partial => 'form'

That should be params[:id]

Fred

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