Re: Forms in HTML?

Dave Raggett <>
Date: Tue, 10 May 1994 18:44:00 +0200
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Subject: Re: Forms in HTML? 
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Alexander Clausnitzer writes:

>> Another question, why isn't it possible to have serveral submit-buttons
>> with different Actions (URLs) in one form,so those actions could use a
>> common input field or an selected field in a list?

Stan Letovsky replies:

> I second that suggestion. I recommend allowing ACTION=url within
> <INPUT type=submit ...>, with the ACTION-spec in the <FORM ...>
> being used as a default for submit's with no ACTION. ACTIONs
> more logically pertain to the buttons than the entire form.

You can (or soon will be able to) use multiple submit buttons,
The server uses the NAME attribute to distinguish between them.
Best wishes,

Dave Raggett

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