creating search form without Javascript

hi, guys,

I'm trying to develop a search functionality in my application that
caters to the non-Javascript crowd of users.

In my basic search form,I would have the following elements:

1) category - select box
2) sub category - select box
3) keywords - text field

I am trying to figure out how to implement the first two elements.

This is a workflow:
1) User loads localhost:3000/search
2) Basic search form loads with the abovementioned 3 elements
3) User picks a category from the "Category" select box
4) User clicks on a button next to the selectbox named "get sub
categories".
5) Upon clicking on the "get sub categories" button, the form will be
submitted to the controller
6) The whole page reloads again and the "sub category" selectbox gets
populated with values.
7) user enters some keywords (optional)
8) User clicks "Submit"
9) Search results show.

Questions:

hello?

I'm trying to develop a search functionality in my application that
caters to the non-Javascript crowd of users.

Not wanting to use Javascript,

1) can anyone tell me how to

JavaScript.

2) does anyone know how to

JavaScript.

You're describing client-side behavior. That means "JavaScript" :slight_smile:

(OK, alternatively, you could use Flash or a Java applet, but ...)

> 2) does anyone know how to

JavaScript.

You're describing client-side behavior. That means "JavaScript" :slight_smile:

(OK, alternatively, you could use Flash or a Java applet, but ...)

sigh. If only browsers shipped with javascript that cannot be turned
off .
Then again, there are screen readers that won't pass.