So, the InPlaceEditor with AJAX is all nice and dandy, works great. What about fields that don't have any content? As far as I can tell, this doesn't work so well - there's nothing to click on so no edit form pops up... Am I missing something? HH
on 2006-03-10 01:25
on 2006-03-10 01:50
I use before_save actions in my model to ensure that empty fields are filled with 'N/A' or some other relevant filler. HH wrote: > So, the InPlaceEditor with AJAX is all nice and dandy, works great. > > What about fields that don't have any content? As far as I can tell, > this > doesn't work so well - there's nothing to click on so no edit form pops > up... > > Am I missing something? > > HH
on 2006-03-10 02:19
Yeah, that would work. What I ended up doing was having an external edit DIV ID and using that to trigger the edit field, sorta like Backpack does. Works great, even on empty fields.
on 2006-03-13 03:04
Hi, I've seen quite a few posts about this problem, but still can't seem to find an answer. I'm trying to set up multiple apps on our web hosting server ( running CentOS with Apache 1.3) and on two of my apps I keep getting the error: FastCGI: incomplete headers (35 bytes) received from server "/path/ app/public/dispatch.fcgi" These apps have run on this server before. I know this is often caused by session conflicts but I have closed the browser, emptied its cache and deleted all session data on the server and it makes no difference. ( Besides, all the apps but one have special session_keys set. Neither of the working apps have a special session key set. However, if I remove that feature from the broken ones, it doesn't help. ) Apparently it is also sometimes caused by problems with the database.yml file, so I copied the database.yml file from one of the working apps( they both use the same database - the working app has more extensive permissions.) No joy. Does anyone have any other suggestions? I am baffled. Thanks, Denise