Not sure if this is the right location for this question but when I place a comment, into the comment box, it simply shows a "Thanks for the comment..." on that page refresh, without the latest comment showing. Yet, it's in the database, cuz if I go to that page again (without doing a refresh - via GET), it's there clearly submitted and now showing.
-- is this the intended effect? just curious is there a setting to effect the 'message' being 'shown' on that next page refresh?
Plus, as a symptom of the above - when i didn't see it there initially, i hit the (f5) refresh and of course it resubmitted the form _POST, thus two entries.
-- this is the classic refresh issue... but...
If there's not already a fix in place for this effect, to cover both issue above - that i'm clearly missing, could PW, after saving the comment, do an automatic _GET header-redirect (with or without an href.name tag associated), so as to not only:
-- show the comment, instant feedback to the user
-- minimize the comment from being submitted twice
(In addition - the form would be available as well, if the admin wanted it to be such, otherwise, if the person wants to enter another... etc... they have to hit the REFRESH (doh!) or if they're smart - to not duplicate, they'll go to the URL and force the _GET just to get the comment form again.)
Again, i'm sure i'm not the only one to uncover this, but confirming if this is possibly another area to help enhance? (putting it mildly as possible
)editting a few moments later...
I see this is somewhat touched on here:http://processwire.c...__fromsearch__1
Don't want to duplicate, i think my thoughts above are adding to this link thread above and i can move it there if you'd like, Ryan.
Edited by Bill, 10 February 2012 - 02:28 PM.