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Using cancel button to redirect users

Thread began 12/03/2012 11:52 am by thehalpeen319342 | Last modified 12/05/2012 3:19 pm by thehalpeen319342 | 6427 views | 6 replies


Using cancel button to redirect users

Dear Jason
Question 1
How can I apply server behaviours to a button (say a ‘cance’l button) that will direct users to a page and it must work if the user has javascript disabled. I notice on your own site in the Update Account section userupdate.php there is a cancel button that works, even if javascript is disabled

I have used Dreamweaver onClick Tag Behaviour, but it doesn’t work if javascript is disabled.

Question 2
In my form created with CSS Form Builder how can I get a button or text to sit neatly beside the submit button – see attached buttons.pdf. The spans and list items are preventing me from doing this task.

Below is my code
<li class="formItem"> <span class="buttonFieldGroup" >
<input class="formButton" name="Clan_submit" type="image" id="Clan_submit" src="webassist/forms/fd_sharp_default/submit.gif" onclick="clearAllServerErrors('Clan_Sharp_Default')" tabindex="12" />
&nbsp; &nbsp; <a href="welcomepage.php"><span>CANCEL</span></a>

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