[PATCH 4/5] ui: Fix bad value for attribute action on form elements

Juuso Lapinlampi wub at partyvan.eu
Thu May 12 21:22:25 CEST 2016

On Thu, May 12, 2016 at 05:41:50PM +0200, Jason A. Donenfeld wrote:
> Could we instead just remove action? Does this work both in the case
> of path/to/page and path/to/page/ ? Or in the former will this wind up
> requesting path/to/.?

I don't understand your question very well. I am pretty sure the action
attribute is required in form. And yes, it works both ways.

'.' means "this page", and that's what the UI code uses in many other
places. The piece of code itself is used around branch switching next to
the "switch button" near top of the document.

I tested this in Chromium "developer" tools and the '.' should work
without issues to keep the page the user was on.

So in the end, you get directed to path/to/page or path/to/page/
depending on which you had. This just fixes a validation issue.

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