Tabbed Buttons & Cards Question
janschenkel at yahoo.com
Fri Apr 18 14:26:01 CDT 2003
An alternative is to only store the data in the
substack, and have the 'next' and 'previous' buttons
retrieve and store the data from the substack (or a
database for that matter [*]), and display it in your
That way you don't have to go to another stack, and
you can use your 'tabbed' approach.
Hope this helped,
[*] Serendipity Database Binary by Rob Cozens is a
good choice if you want to keep everything in stacks.
--- Jim Biancolo <webmaster at listology.com> wrote:
> Hi again folks,
> I've been playing with this more, and I'm still a
> bit stumped. I thought
> the answer might be to have a stack ("ParentStack")
> that contains my tabbed
> buttons, and then whenever the user clicks a tab
> this code fires (the
> substacks have the same name as the tabs):
> go stack currItem in window "ParentStack"
> So if the user clicks "Tab 1" a substack named "Tab
> 1" is loaded. This
> kinda works, except the "Tab 1" substack completely
> "ParentStack." This is not a surprise, but the
> undesired effect is that
> the tabbed buttons are now hidden from the user
> (since they are on
> "ParentStack", not the "Tab 1" stack).
> From my prototyping so far it looks like I could
> make this work by copying
> the tabbed buttons onto each stack, but this seems
> inefficient to me and a
> bit of a maintenance headache. Is there a way to
> have all the stacks
> "share" the tabbed button navigation element I want
> to use?
> At 08:13 PM 4/17/2003 -0400, Jim Biancolo wrote:
> >Hi folks,
> >I could use some help figuring this out:
> >I'd like to create an interface with two tabbed
> buttons. Clicking Tab A
> >should bring up a data entry form where the user
> can create multiple
> >records (I've prototyped this using the
> backgroundBehavior such that each
> >"record" is a card) . Clicking Tab B should bring
> up a different data
> >entry form where the user can create a single
> record. The thing that I
> >can't figure out is how to have a "many cards"
> group in one tab, and a
> >"single card" group on another tab. Is such a
> thing possible?
> >Thanks in advance!
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