button

Hi
   I have
<button type="submit" class="class1"><span>Create </span></button>

    Could anybody say get the same above using railshelper I tried

f.submit "Create",:class => 'class1' But not correct

Thanks
Tom

Hi
I have
<button type="submit" class="class1"><span>Create </span></button>

Could anybody say get the same above using railshelper I tried

f.submit "Create",:class => 'class1' But not correct

What is not correct about it? What does it generate? If you get an
error show us the code around it.

Colin

Colin Law wrote:

Hi
� I have
<button type="submit" class="class1"><span>Create </span></button>

Not an error f.submit creates the html as
<input class="class1" id="model_submit" name="commit" type="submit"
value="Create" />

But what I need is exactly
<button type="submit" class="class1"><span>Create </span></button>

    If directly use this no problem But what I ould like to know an
alternative in railshelper

Tom

Tom Mac wrote:

Colin Law wrote:

Hi
� I have
<button type="submit" class="class1"><span>Create </span></button>

Not an error f.submit creates the html as
<input class="class1" id="model_submit" name="commit" type="submit"
value="Create" />

But what I need is exactly
<button type="submit" class="class1"><span>Create </span></button>

    If directly use this no problem But what I ould like to know an
alternative in railshelper

Tom

You also have button_tag but this won't create an html <button> tag, it
does though create a simple form wrapped around an input which means
your backend gets a consistent result regardless of the browser
(<button> is a bit inconsistent depending on the users browser).

You also have button_tag but this won't create an html <button> tag, it
does though create a simple form wrapped around an input which means
your backend gets a consistent result regardless of the browser
(<button> is a bit inconsistent depending on the users browser).

oops i meant button_to .....

Tom Mac wrote:

Hi
   I have
<button type="submit" class="class1"><span>Create </span></button>

    Could anybody say get the same above using railshelper I tried

f.submit "Create",:class => 'class1' But not correct

Try content_tag -- or just write the literal HTML.

Thanks
Tom

Best,

Have you tried:
:html=>{:id => 'submit',:class=>'calss1'}

Chris Habgood wrote:

Have you tried:
:html=>{:id => 'submit',:class=>'calss1'}

That won't do it. The solutions I provided are the only correct ones.

Best,

works with my submit_to_remote.