How to understand what my page, if in an address line there is no change?

Hi.
Suppose there is a forum where each user can create a theme and edit it.
After the room is created it is assigned a number, and a link to the topic is like the forum.domen/theme2678
When the user clicks on "Edit theme", it goes to the appropriate page where you can change the name of the theme and stuff, but in the address bar somehow stands still forum.domen/theme2678, not forum.domen/theme2678edit, for example.
I wonder why it happens so and is there a way to link to the edit page in this situation?
March 20th 20 at 11:43
3 answers
March 20th 20 at 11:45
He does not go anywhere, if in the address bar it is not.
This dynamic change of page. The actual transition is not.

Depending on the wishes of the developer of a site with such dynamic changes, may change or may not change the contents of the address bar. But line secondary here.
But can this dynamic change the save and resume it whenever you want? That is to say that there was some page.html when opening that once you get to the edit page. - raven_Connelly commented on March 20th 20 at 11:48
@Eileen_R,
But can this dynamic change the save and resume it whenever you want? That is to say that there was some page.html when opening that once you get to the edit page.

If the developer has provided to a certain URL it was possible - Yes. But to accomplish this the developer will need to write additional code.

That is not related things with what you see on the page - when you enter edit mode, and the URL doesn't change. Even if visually looks the same. - johnpaul_Swaniawski63 commented on March 20th 20 at 11:51
@Ibrahim, to recap: nothing to do.
The theme can only be edited in the span of thirty minutes after creation, and then the ability to edit disappears. But when you open the edit page and wait at least forty minutes, to make changes possible. Would thus be able to edit the theme at any time.
Would appreciate an answer. - raven_Connelly commented on March 20th 20 at 11:54
@Eileen_R, it is possible to perform code page and write your script which will do what you need. There are such things as userscript.
You can write your script and run it on any page in your browser and do it ourselves with a page of anything. But then you need to understand JS. - Seamus.Predovic commented on March 20th 20 at 11:57
@Eileen_R,
But when you open the edit page and wait at least forty minutes, to make changes possible.
so the opportunity is there, but need a little more skill.
You can see how the form view the query that goes away when you edit and make the same shape myself.
If there are no disposable tokens (which I highly doubt), it'll work. - sven.Harber commented on March 20th 20 at 12:00
@micaela, @luna.Muller, well, thank you for the answers pointing to something specific. - raven_Connelly commented on March 20th 20 at 12:03
March 20th 20 at 11:47
It depends on the settings of the site you there's nothing you can do about it.
Even if you look at the code page, to delve into cookies, etc., etc? - raven_Connelly commented on March 20th 20 at 11:50
@Eileen_R, nothing has changed. You need to configure on the server. - Tremayne.OHara commented on March 20th 20 at 11:53
@Antonina27, eh... Okay. Thank you for the reply. - raven_Connelly commented on March 20th 20 at 11:56
@Eileen_R, Yes, you, as a user, don't do anything, because the site can be designed so that between the page URL and its different States in General there is no connection. The days when websites had a way of making everything state of the page dependent on the URL (because there was no other way of transmitting this condition), it ended almost exactly 20 years ago, with the advent of XMLHttpRequest and AJAX. - gilda.Lynch commented on March 20th 20 at 11:59
@Eileen_R,
Even if you look at the code page, to delve into cookies, etc., etc?

Hypothetically you could dig up there API for this operation.
But why? - johnpaul_Swaniawski63 commented on March 20th 20 at 12:02
@Eileen_R, moreover, in the present situation need to take care that the URL has changed. For example, on the website openstreetmap.org the URL is updated when panning or zooming the map, but only because the developers made it so that with these changes, the page address is overwritten by the script. And then, when you click on a link again the script on the page, not the server parses the string and displays the desired area. - gilda.Lynch commented on March 20th 20 at 12:05
@Amy_Mitchell81, that's understandable, appreciate the feedback. - raven_Connelly commented on March 20th 20 at 12:08
March 20th 20 at 11:49
Well, to understand this you need to understand how the modern web.
  • Page is a file of formatted text and graphics that your browser downloaded from the server. To say that you are on the page is not entirely correct - you are not, you uploaded it to.
  • In the modern web popular scripts on the browser side - in that you downloaded contains the executable code that performs browser by changing the appearance of the page - for example includes the ability to edit and displays the editor window.
  • Address page thing is dynamic and varies on the preference of the developer. Under any changes on the browser side it can change and may remain unchanged.

is there a way to link to the edit page in this situation?
Not the fact that if the developer took care of it, it may be, and no, no way.
Is there a way to make sure one hundred percent, taken care of by the developer or not? - raven_Connelly commented on March 20th 20 at 11:52
@Eileen_R, Is that the code to look at.

I answered you in General.
Let's look at your specific case.
You click to create a theme and your browser loaded a page that you have created a topic forum.domen/theme2678.
After you have enabled edit mode - run code in your browser. The page has changed and you begin to edit.

Ie, all the changes which occurred with the page exist only in the memory of your computer.
Logical?

The question arises - how can you give the link to other users on your computer???

That's when you edit and save the changes - all changes you made are transferred to the server and the server the next time at forum.domen/theme2678 will give other information. - Seamus.Predovic commented on March 20th 20 at 11:55
@micaela, I thought these changes exist in the browser and have the opportunity, so to speak, to make the browser state to the other they could use.
The fact that changes can be made only within 30 minutes, but if 30 minutes have passed, and the edit page is not closed, then the ability to edit the page still remains. I wanted a "pending edit" to save and return to it whenever want. - raven_Connelly commented on March 20th 20 at 11:58
Now all do as a rule.
And before that it often happens that the editing went a special page. Ie was not created by you in your browser, and loaded from the server. And theoretically you can give a link to the download of this page to other users.
But, in practice, usually there are such things as rights - checks whether the right of the user to open the link and it just won't work, users with appropriate rights. - Seamus.Predovic commented on March 20th 20 at 12:01
@Eileen_R,
I thought these changes exist in the browser
It was there that they exist. A browser is a program loaded into the memory of your computer. And browser access you, and only you and other Internet users, for example I can't connect to your browser and see what you are doing there. - Seamus.Predovic commented on March 20th 20 at 12:04
I wanted a "pending edit" to save and return to it whenever want.
Well, do not leave the page in the browser.
The problem is what?
And it is not clear why this is necessary?
Isn't it easier to edit it on your computer in a convenient editor, and then just open the page for editing and put all your work in one fell swoop. - Seamus.Predovic commented on March 20th 20 at 12:07
@micaela, the problem is that you don't want to leave the device turned on, be it phone or computer, but want to leave for two days in the unchanged theme and then go back and edit (delete images or completely change the topic to it later removed).
To edit it somewhere and then paste not easier, because there is a half-hour boundary, when after which the Edit button disappears.
Thank you for the review. - raven_Connelly commented on March 20th 20 at 12:10
@Eileen_R, ,
the problem is that you don't want to leave the device turned on, be it phone or computer, but want to leave for two days in the unchanged theme
In many cases, this is solved banal settings of your browser to his page on reboot, and kept them in the cache. It can also help hibernation the OS instead of shutting it down.

And about the edit I did not understand why you do not like it.
You are editing? Markup? Text?
Do it for yourself - not opening the page at least a week.
And then opened the page there skopipastit the result of your edit for half a second and kept it. - Seamus.Predovic commented on March 20th 20 at 12:13
@micaela, we have to see whether there is in Opera, Chrome or Firefox and check if it works.

See under "edit" I mean not an addition or correction of any items, and removal - removal of text, images, links. I need to not remain in the public domain on the forum, and in one moment vanished. - raven_Connelly commented on March 20th 20 at 12:16

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