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more than one click on a button

Jan Groth
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How we can handle the following suitation
If a user clicks on a button more than once but we need to handle it onece.


@ben - i guess this topic was moved too fast.

"use javascript to disable" is probably not the best of all solutions, as the user might have deactivated javascript of might use a media which has no javascript support.

one more sophisticating technique would be to create a unique id, submit it as a hidden field and ensure that each id is processed only once (or never ;-))

jan
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Please post replies in the original topic. Since this has been moved to the HTML forum, you should post there.


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