Monday 21 November 2011 12:24:17 am - 4 replies
thank you for your help.
Monday 21 November 2011 1:02:36 am
This seems like a weird problem. I don't know what you're trying to accomplish exactly, so here's some generic options to consider;
a) You don't actually use the email in JS, but post with or without AJAX while referring to the contentobject_id the email address is an attribute of, and let the backend (if any) read your email address field and send the email or whatever you are trying to accomplish
I would go for option a – this way you don't make the email address available for spam bots and curious people sniffing around your source code, if that is a concern.
Monday 21 November 2011 5:21:53 am
This suggestion will probably not be useful, specially since you already implemented another method, but have you considered using jquery to identify your data? I often attach phony classes to my html tags, with no css defined, only to be able to query them through jquery...
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