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<button Class "btn Btn-xs Btn-default Quote-post" Data-posted By "Dorytlizz" Data-target "post-form"


<button class "btn btn-xs btn-default quote-post" data-posted by "Dorytlizz" data-target "post-form""


How to Quote a Post Using a Button in HTML




In this article, we will learn how to create a button in HTML that can quote a post from another user. This can be useful for forums, blogs, or social media platforms where users can reply to each other's comments or messages.


To create a button in HTML, we need to use the element, which represents a clickable button that can perform an action. Inside the element, we can put text or other elements that will be displayed on the button. For example:


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&lt;button&gt;Click Me!&lt;/button&gt;


This will create a simple button with the text "Click Me!" on it. However, we can also add some attributes to the element to customize its appearance and functionality. Some of the common attributes are:



  • type: This specifies the type of button, such as "button", "submit", or "reset". The default value is "submit", which means the button will submit the form data to the server when clicked. If we want the button to perform a different action, we can use "button" as the value.



  • class: This specifies one or more class names for the button, which can be used to style the button with CSS. For example, we can use Bootstrap classes to make the button look nicer and responsive.



  • data-*: This specifies custom data attributes for the button, which can be used to store additional information or pass data to JavaScript. The name of the attribute must start with "data-" followed by any name we want. The value of the attribute can be any string we want.




Using these attributes, we can create a button that can quote a post from another user. For example, suppose we have a post from a user named "Dorytlizz" with the following content:



I love this article! It's very informative and easy to follow.


- Dorytlizz



To create a button that can quote this post, we can use the following HTML code:


&lt;button type="button" data-posted-by="Dorytlizz" data-target="post-form"&gt; Quote &lt;/button&gt;


This will create a button with the text "Quote" and the Bootstrap classes "btn", "btn-xs", and "btn-default". The button also has two custom data attributes: "data-posted-by" and "data-target". The value of "data-posted-by" is the name of the user who posted the original comment, and the value of "data-target" is the id of the form element where we want to insert the quoted text.


To make the button work, we need to add some JavaScript code that will listen for the click event on the button and copy the content of the original post to the form element. For example:


// Get all buttons with class "quote-post" var buttons = document.getElementsByClassName("quote-post"); // Loop through each button for (var i = 0; i &lt; buttons.length; i++) // Add click event listener buttons[i].addEventListener("click", function() // Get the data attributes from the button var postedBy = this.getAttribute("data-posted-by"); var target = this.getAttribute("data-target"); // Get the form element by id var form = document.getElementById(target); // Get the textarea element inside the form var textarea = form.getElementsByTagName("textarea")[0]; // Get the content of the original post var content = this.parentElement.previousElementSibling.innerHTML; // Add quotation marks and posted by information var quote = "&lt;blockquote&gt;" + content + "&lt;/blockquote&gt;\n- " + postedBy; // Insert the quote into the textarea textarea.value += quote; );


This JavaScript code will make it possible to quote any post using a button in HTML. Here is how it looks like in action:





I love this article! It's very informative and easy to follow.


- Dorytlizz




Quote





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Conclusion


In this article, we learned how to create a button in HTML that can quote a post from another user. We used the element with some attributes and JavaScript to achieve this functionality. This can be useful for creating interactive and engaging websites where users can reply to each other's comments or messages.


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