This jQuery plugin aims to make it easy to make any text content into an editable form that posts changes to your application via AJAX.
Why another inline editing jquery plugin?
In short: Customising existing options looked like more work than building my own.
After looking at a number of plugins, none of them had the user interface that I desired (simple, no buttons etc) and they all interferred with the page layout when activated making content jump all over the place.
The major aims of this project are: 1. ease of use for developers 1. minimal disruption to the page layout on activation 1. minimal controls
Copy jquery.editinline.js (or jquery.editinline.js.coffee if you have an asset pipeline) into a public directory in your application.
For the element that you want:
where options is an array of options:
- url => url for the AJAX to post the result to
- method => the http method to use e.g. PUT, POST
- color => the color of the edit link and text editing field outline
- fieldName => the name of the field/parameter that the data is sent back with (takes preceedence over the name attribute of the DOM element)
You can find the code at the plugin’s github repository. Or if you want a direct link:
I welcome contributions, so please say hello.