[thelist] No Action in Forms and still works...

Greg Holmes greg.holmes at gmail.com
Wed Nov 10 07:53:32 CST 2004

Scott Dexter wrote:

>I just played around with it, and (following the
>observation above) the value that is coded in the
>form at design-time /is overwritten/ during
>rendering. So for those of us doing .NET
>development, ya might as well forget about it.
>Which sucks. I don't like losing that kind of
>control. I'm sure there's a way to get the
>form to post elsewhere, but I haven't done the

Well, in most cases in the .NET paradigm
you wouldn't want to post somewhere else.
But if you really want to you can change the
attribute using JavaScript.

Greg Holmes

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