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Prototype - replace submit button with text in a table.

Posted on 2008-09-30
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I have a table of results. One row has a submit button. Ive written code to execute a JSON call and I can easily change disable the button and change the text:

function lockButton(buttonClicked) {  // Lock button so it cannot be pressed again.
      $(buttonClicked).disable();
      $(buttonClicked).value='Processing...'; }

But, ideally Id like to replace the button with text. The button is in a cell:
$$('table#resultTable td#action_1)

Unfortunately I cannot work out the correct syntax to replace the button with text. How do I correct my problem?

Thank you for any time and help.
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Question by:Stoke
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Pratima Pharande earned 50 total points
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you can try out this

you can put one lable there with display style none..

and on this funtion

function lockButton(buttonClicked) {  // Lock button so it cannot be pressed again.
      $(buttonClicked).style.diaplay = 'none';
      $(lablenew).style.diaplay='block';

}
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by:Stoke
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Brilliant! Now why didn't I think of that? That's great ---- thank you.
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