#1 2015-11-12 17:12:01

PGrafiek
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How to define "name" attribute for a content element in a form ?

Hi,
I have a form based on content elements.
I can define the "tag" (<ion:items tag="select">), but i can not define the "name" attribute.
Please, how can i do this ?
Because it is usefull to retrieve data in emal view...
Thank you
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#2 2015-11-13 11:15:04

PGrafiek
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Re: How to define "name" attribute for a content element in a form ?

many tests, but no... (must be one way)
i used an other way to do it, without the "tag".

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#3 2015-11-18 12:58:07

adaliszk
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Re: How to define "name" attribute for a content element in a form ?

define the "name" attribute? What do you mean about this?


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#4 2015-11-18 16:28:48

PGrafiek
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Re: How to define "name" attribute for a content element in a form ?

Hi,

Thank you for your post !

I mean : name="my-form-name"

With ionize content element i can generate : <select>
But i did not find how to add the "name" : <select name="my-form-name">

It does not matter it is easy to do this in an other way.



I have an other issue with content element (maybe a new post), for select, radio & checkbox, when the "key" is equal to "0" than <ion:value/> is empty.

ex :
0:first choice  --> value="<ion:value/>" --> value
1:second choice  --> value="<ion:value/>" --> value="1"

Once again there is an other way , but it is less simple for the end user :-)


Ionize is a great CMS, soon i will show you my first website made with it !
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