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html.lua

This is used in the View section of the Model-Controller-View.


cookie.set

INPUT:
This library required the following inputs/parameters.

  • name
  • value
  • path

OUTPUT:
This library deliverers the following output/parameters.

  • String to set the cookie

CODING EXAMPLE:

-- Set variable/Call for this library

html_escape

INPUT:
This library required the following inputs/parameters.

  • text-string

OUTPUT:
This library deliverers the following output/parameters.

  • String with &,>,< signs encoded

CODING EXAMPLE:

-- Set variable/Call for this library
bobo = require "html"
format = bobo.html_escape("This is > a test < string &")
print(format)

This is > a test < string &

nv_pair

INPUT:
This library required the following inputs/parameters.

  • name
  • value

OUTPUT:
This library deliverers the following output/parameters.

  • name="value"

CODING EXAMPLE:

-- Set variable/Call for this library
bobo = require "html"
format = bobo.nv_pair("foo", "bar")
print(format)
foo="bar"

cfe_unpack

INPUT:
This library required the following inputs/parameters.

  • Give a cfe table

OUTPUT:
This library deliverers the following output/parameters.

  • String with the whole cfe table

CODING EXAMPLE:

-- Set variable/Call for this library
--haserl code below. Used in views in ACF
<? require "html ?>
<?= html.cfe(form) ?>

form.longtext

INPUT:
This library required the following inputs/parameters.

  • Needs a cfe table

OUTPUT:
This library deliverers the following output/parameters.

  • Html code for a <textarea>

CODING EXAMPLE:

-- Set variable/Call for this library
--your model may return something like this
return (cfe{value=status, name="inputarea", type="longtext", rows="30", cols="20" })
--your cfe will look something like this
{ value=status, type="longtext", options="", errtxt="" , rows="30, cols="20"}
--haserl code below. Used in views in ACF

<? require "html" ?>
<?= html.form[form.value.inputarea.type](form.value.inputarea) ?>
--this way will only have to touch model/controller if change in code. Very rarely the view.

form.passwd

INPUT:
This library required the following inputs/parameters.

  • Needs a cfe table

OUTPUT:
This library deliverers the following output/parameters.

  • Html code for a <input type=password>

CODING EXAMPLE:

-- Set variable/Call for this library
--your model may return something like this
return (cfe{value=status, name="inputarea", type="passwd" })
--your cfe will look something like this
{ value=status, type="passwd", options="", errtxt="" }
--haserl code below. Used in views in ACF

<? require "html" ?>
<?= html.form[form.value.inputarea.type](form.value.inputarea) ?>
--this way will only have to touch model/controller if change in code. Very rarely the view.

form.hidden

INPUT:
This library required the following inputs/parameters.

  • Needs a cfe table

OUTPUT:
This library deliverers the following output/parameters.

  • Html code for a <input type=hidden>

'CODING EXAMPLE:

-- Set variable/Call for this library
--your model may return something like this
return (cfe{value=status, name="inputarea", type="hidden" })
--your cfe will look something like this
{ value=status, type="hidden", options="", errtxt="" }
--haserl code below. Used in views in ACF

<? require "html" ?>
<?= html.form[form.value.inputarea.type](form.value.inputarea) ?>
--this way will only have to touch model/controller if change in code. Very rarely the view.

form.submit

INPUT:
This library required the following inputs/parameters.

  • Needs a cfe table

OUTPUT:
This library deliverers the following output/parameters.

  • Html code for a <input type=submit>

CODING EXAMPLE:

-- Set variable/Call for this library
--your model may return something like this
return (cfe{value=status, name="inputarea", type="submit" })
--your cfe will look something like this
{ value=status, type="submit", options="", errtxt="" }
--haserl code below. Used in views in ACF

<? require "html" ?>
<?= html.form[form.value.inputarea.type](form.value.inputarea) ?>
--this way will only have to touch model/controller if change in code. Very rarely the view.

form.action

INPUT:
This library required the following inputs/parameters.

  • Needs a cfe table

OUTPUT:
This library deliverers the following output/parameters.

  • Html code for a <input type=submit>

CODING EXAMPLE:

-- Set variable/Call for this library
--your model may return something like this
return (cfe{value=status, name="inputarea", type="submit" })
--your cfe will look something like this
{ value=status, type="submit", options="", errtxt="" }
--haserl code below. Used in views in ACF

<? require "html" ?>
<?= html.form[form.value.inputarea.type](form.value.inputarea) ?>
--this way will only have to touch model/controller if change in code. Very rarely the view.

form.file

INPUT:
This library required the following inputs/parameters.

  • Needs a cfe table

OUTPUT:
This library deliverers the following output/parameters.

  • Html code for a <input type=file>

CODING EXAMPLE:

-- Set variable/Call for this library
--your model may return something like this
return (cfe{value=status, name="inputarea", type="file" })
--your cfe will look something like this
{ value=status, type="file", options="", errtxt="" }
--haserl code below. Used in views in ACF

<? require "html" ?>
<?= html.form[form.value.inputarea.type](form.value.inputarea) ?>
--this way will only have to touch model/controller if change in code. Very rarely the view.

form.image

INPUT:
This library required the following inputs/parameters.

  • Needs a cfe table

OUTPUT:
This library deliverers the following output/parameters.

  • Html code for a <input type=image>

CODING EXAMPLE:

-- Set variable/Call for this library
--your model may return something like this
return (cfe{value=status, name="inputarea", type="image" })
--your cfe will look something like this
{ value=status, type="image", options="", errtxt="" }
--haserl code below. Used in views in ACF

<? require "html" ?>
<?= html.form[form.value.inputarea.type](form.value.inputarea) ?>
--this way will only have to touch model/controller if change in code. Very rarely the view.

form.select

INPUT:
This library required the following inputs/parameters.

  • Needs a cfe table

OUTPUT:
This library deliverers the following output/parameters.

  • Html code for a <select>

CODING EXAMPLE:

-- Set variable/Call for this library
--your model may return something like this
return (cfe{value=status, name="inputarea", type="select" option= {"yes", "no", "maybe", "so" } })
--your cfe will look something like this
{ value=status, type="select", options="", errtxt="" option= {"yes", "no", "maybe", "so"} }
--haserl code below. Used in views in ACF

<? require "html" ?>
<?= html.form[form.value.inputarea.type](form.value.inputarea) ?>
--this way will only have to touch model/controller if change in code. Very rarely the view.

form.checkbox

INPUT:
This library required the following inputs/parameters.

  • Needs a cfe table

OUTPUT:
This library deliverers the following output/parameters.

  • Html code for a <input type=checkbox>

CODING EXAMPLE:

-- Set variable/Call for this library
--your model may return something like this
return (cfe{value=status, name="inputarea", type="checkbox" })
--your cfe will look something like this
{ value=status, type="checkbox", options="", errtxt="" }
--haserl code below. Used in views in ACF

<? require "html" ?>
<?= html.form[form.value.inputarea.type](form.value.inputarea) ?>
--this way will only have to touch model/controller if change in code. Very rarely the view.


link

INPUT:
This library required the following inputs/parameters.

  • A table

OUTPUT:
This library deliverers the following output/parameters.

  • Html code for a <input type=password>

CODING EXAMPLE:

-- Set variable/Call for this library
--your model may return something like this
url="http://localhost/cgi-bin/acf/"
<? require "html" ?>
<?= html.link{value = url .. varible.url, label="Download"}?>