> Is there any way to change the names of the Submit and Reset buttons
> displayed on an HTML form?? I have read throught the forms section of the
> HTML+ draft and there is apparently no way to specify ANY name. If the text
> label on these buttons is left up to the client, then we will have to
> maintain language-specific clients rather than creating HTML forms in other
> languages. Have I missed something??
This fits nicely with Axel.Belinfante's suggestion:
> It looks like no NAME=VALUE pairs are returned for 'submit' entries
> in forms, so it seems to be impossible to do something like:
> <INPUT NAME="entry">
> <INPUT TYPE="submit" NAME="action" VALUE="Ok">
> <INPUT TYPE="submit" NAME="action" VALUE="Cancel">
In this case the VALUE attribute can be used as the button label.
I am currently revising the HTML+ draft spec and will include this.
Note that using an SGML attribute for the label text prevents us
from using character entities such as É - we are therefore
restricted to Latin-1 characters for labels and initial values for
text input fields (this doesn't apply to TEXTAREA). I hope this isn't