[development] Searching for AHAH! instead of AHAH?

Randy Fay randy at randyfay.com
Thu Dec 30 02:13:57 UTC 2010

I recommend that you start with the AHAH example, and use the very
straightforward canned callback code from there.

If that doesn't get you where you need to go, I can help you with specific


On Wed, Dec 29, 2010 at 7:02 PM, <jeff at ayendesigns.com> wrote:

> I'm using the example out of Drupal Pro Development actually.
> I have a menu callback, and my form alter is
> function test_form_alter(&$form, &$form_state, $form_id) {
>    $form['field_one']['#prefix'] = '<div id="field-one">';
>    $form['field_one']['#suffix'] = '</div>';
>    $form['field_two']['#ahah'] = array(
>        'path' => 'test/stuff_js',
>        'wrapper' => 'field-one'
>    );
> The form array contains the original fields, though they don't show on the
> page or appear in the html. The values above appear in the form array, but
> not in the field-info section.
> On 12/29/2010 08:28 PM, Randy Fay wrote:
>  Please describe the entire sequence. *When* does a field disappear? When
>> you activate the #ahah-enabled element? That means you're most of the way
>> there, but you've put #prefix/suffix around both forms somehow and are not
>> returning a reasonable bit of markup.
>> Please make sure you dsm() or debug your form after altering to see what
>> you've actually got.
>> Are you using the base code provided by the AHAH Example in the Examples
>> project?

Randy Fay
Drupal Module and Site Development
randy at randyfay.com
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