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Checking for Edit Mode on the web

This tip describes how to check edit mode on the Web.

If you've ever needed to determine actions based on edit/read mode from a web browser here is a really simple function which will tell you the mode.

This is of course only one of many ways in which the check could be achieved, but I came across it today so I thought I'd submit it to the pile :)


The function can be stripped down to the basics:

var form=document.forms[0] var temp=form.method if (temp.toLowerCase()=='post' ){ //do stuff } the rest is just embellished for understanding of why :) function checkMode(){ var form=document.forms[0] //If the method is "get" then we are in read mode //If the method is "post" then we are in edit mode var temp=form.method if (temp.toLowerCase()=='post' ){ //We use toLowerCase because the NS6 browser returns 'Post' - uppercase P alert('Edit Mode') } else { alert('Read Mode') } }

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