Fresh drupal install for testing this.
I have a very simple page view with an exposed filter for search terms with ajax enabled.
when I create a template file for the exposed filter and move the reset button above the submit button the reset button now throws an ajax error.
why does changing the button order cause such problems and has any found a fix/workaround for this issue?


<div class="views-exposed-widget views-submit-button">
  <?php print $button; ?>
<?php if (!empty($reset_button)): ?>
  <div class="views-exposed-widget views-reset-button">
    <?php print $reset_button; ?>
<?php endif; ?>


<?php if (!empty($reset_button)): ?>
  <div class="views-exposed-widget views-reset-button">
    <?php print $reset_button; ?>
<?php endif; ?>
<div class="views-exposed-widget views-submit-button">
  <?php print $button; ?>

and here is the ajax error:

An AJAX HTTP error occurred.
HTTP Result Code: 200
Debugging information follows.
Path: /drupal_sandbox/views/ajax
StatusText: OK
@import url("http://localhost/drupal_sandbox/modules/system/system.base.css?ob1ie5");
@import url("http://localhost/drupal_sandbox/modules/system/system.menus.css?ob1ie5");
@import url("http://localhost/drupal_sandbox/modules/system/system.messages.css?ob1ie5");
@import url("http://localhost/drupal_sandbox/modules/system/system.theme.css?ob1ie5");
@import url("http://localhost/drupal_sandbox/modules/comment/comment.css?ob1ie5");
@import url("http://localhost/drupal_sandbox/modules/field/theme/field.css?ob1ie5");
@import url("http://localhost/drupal_sandbox/modules/node/node.css?ob1ie5");
@import url("http://localhost/drupal_sandbox/modules/search/search.css?ob1ie5");
@import url("http://localhost/drupal_sandbox/modules/user/user.css?ob1ie5");
@import url("http://localhost/drupal_sandbox/sites/all/modules/views/css/views.css?ob1ie5");
@import url("http://localhost/drupal_sandbox/sites/all/modules/ctools/css/ctools.css?ob1ie5");
@import url("http://localhost/drupal_sandbox/sites/all/modules/panels/css/panels.css?ob1ie5");
@import url("http://localhost/drupal_sandbox/sites/all/themes/boilerplate/css/compiled/style.css?ob1ie5");
@import url("http://localhost/drupal_sandbox/sites/all/themes/boilerplate/css/compiled/ie8.css?ob1ie5");
@import url("http://localhost/drupal_sandbox/sites/all/themes/boilerplate/css/compiled/ie7.css?ob1ie5");
@import url("http://localhost/drupal_sandbox/sites/all/themes/boilerplate/css/compiled/ie6.css?ob1ie5");
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dave.erwin created an issue. See original summary.

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I'm looking at the code in ajax_view.js

var button = $('input[type=submit], button[type=submit], input[type=image]', this.$exposed_form);
  button = button[0];

it's setting var button to the first submit in the exposed form, which is the reset button if it's moved ahead of the submit.
I realize it's bad practice to move the reset before the submit due to browser behavior when hitting enter key, wondering if a better solution would be to change the type of the reset from a submit to type="reset"?

rsmylski’s picture

Version: 7.x-3.14 » 7.x-3.x-dev
Status: Active » Needs review
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I created a patch to not include reset buttons when attaching exposed form ajax.

rsmylski’s picture

Looks like this is a potential duplicate of