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From "Julien Martin" <bal...@gmail.com>
Subject Re: Making sure no user input is allowed whilst server is processing...[ajax for jsf]
Date Fri, 30 Mar 2007 16:11:42 GMT
thanks for your input I am going to have a look at all this.
J.

2007/3/30, Stefan Frank <s.frank@vierundsechzig.de>:
>
> A fancy way for doing modal windows and disabling other userinput are
> either thickbox (http://jquery.com/demo/thickbox/) or greybox
> (http://orangoo.com/labs/GreyBox/) - they both allow you to show
> arbitrary content while users are waiting for background processing.
>
> Just make sure you don't forget to add onUnload-Handler to your page,
> to warn your users when they try the backbutton: Users on the web tend
> to get impatient, use the backbutton and loose the whole page... (that
> was at least our experience when we started using greybox)...
>
>
>
> 2007/3/30, CD <dcypher67@gmail.com>:
> > One thought...
> >
> > You can use divs with z-index layering to accomplish this task.  This
> will
> > allow you to use a transparent div on top of page (essentially
> functioning
> > as the glass pane in a Swing application).
> >
> >
> >
> > On 3/30/07, Julien Martin <balteo@gmail.com> wrote:
> > > Hello all,
> > > I am wondering if it is possible to make sure that no user input is
> > possible/allowed whilst the server is processing in other words when the
> > "startText" of the a4j:status is displayed. Do I need some sort of a
> modal
> > component? Any best practice one of you could advise? How can I disable
> all
> > of the screen whilst the ajax request is processing??
> > > Thanks in advance,
> > > Julien.
> >
> >
>

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