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Jeffrey Hayes Anderson

NAME

Spreadsheet::HTML::Presets::List - Generate <select>, <ol> and <ul> lists.

DESCRIPTION

This is a container for Spreadsheet::HTML preset methods. These methods are not meant to be called from this package. Instead, use the Spreadsheet::HTML interface:

  use Spreadsheet::HTML;
  my $generator = Spreadsheet::HTML->new( data => \@data );
  print $generator->list( ordered => 1 );
  print $generator->select( values => 1, placeholder => 'Pick one' );

  # or
  use Spreadsheet::HTML qw( list );
  print list( data => \@data, col => 2 );
  print Spreadsheet::HTML::select( data => \@data, row => 0 );

Note that select() is not exportable, due to the existance of Perl's built-in select() function.

METHODS

  • list( ordered, col, row, %params )

    Renders ordered <ol> and unordered <ul> lists.

LITERAL PARAMETERS

  • headless

    Boolean. Discard first element. Useful for datasets that include headings.

      headless => 1
  • ordered

    Boolean. Uses <ol> instead of <ul> container when true.

      ordered => 1
  • col

    Integer. Start at this column. If neither col nor row is specified, then the first column (0) is used.

      col => 2
  • row

    Integer. Start at this row. If neither row nor col is specified, then the first column (0) is used (not the first row).

      row => 0

TAG PARAMETERS

  • ol

    Hash reference of attributes.

      ol => { class => 'list' }
  • ul

    Hash reference of attributes.

      ul => { class => 'list' }
  • li

    Accepts hash reference, sub reference, or array ref containing either or both.

      li => { class => [qw( odd even )] }
      li => sub { ucfirst shift }
      li => [ { class => 'item' }, sub { sprintf '%2d', shift } ]
  • select( col, row, values, selected, placeholder, optgroup, label, %params )

    Renders <select> lists.

LITERAL PARAMETERS

  • headless

    Discard first element. Useful for datasets that include headings.

      headless => 1
  • col

    Integer. Start at this column. If neither col nor row is specified, then the first column (0) is used.

      col => 2
  • row

    Integer. Start at this row. If neither row nor col is specified, then the first column (0) is used (not the first row).

      row => 0
  • values

    Optional boolean. Default false. The selected row or col will be used as the <option> tags' CDATA value.

      values => 0

    When set to true the selected col or row will be used as the <option> tags' 'value' attribute and the NEXT col or row (respectively) will be used as the <option> tags' CDATA value.

      values => 1
  • selected

    Optional scalar or array ref of default <option> CDATA values (if values is false>) or <option> 'value' attributes (if values is true) to be initially selected.

      selected => 'id1'
      selected => [qw( id1 id4 )]
  • placeholder

    Optional string. Inserts the placeholder as the first <option> in the <select> list. This <option> will always have a value attribute set to empty string regardless of the value of values.

      placeholder => 'Please select an option'
  • label

    Emits <label> tag for list. Either a scalar string or a special hash ref whose only key is the CDATA for the <label> and the only value is the attributes as a hash ref.

      label => 'Label with no attributes'
      label => { 'Label with attributes' => { class => 'label' } }
  • optgroup

    Optional array ref of scalars.

      optgroup => [ 'Group 1:', 'Group 2:', 'Group 3:' ]

TAG PARAMETERS

  • select

    Hash reference of attributes.

      select => { class => 'select' }
  • option

    Accepts hash reference, sub reference, or array ref containing either or both.

      option => { class => [qw( odd even )] }
      option => sub { uc shift }
      option => [ sub { uc shift }, { class => [qw( odd even )] } ]

SEE ALSO

Spreadsheet::HTML

The interface for this functionality.

Spreadsheet::HTML::Presets

More presets.

http://www.w3.org/TR/html5/forms.html

AUTHOR

Jeff Anderson, <jeffa at cpan.org>

LICENSE AND COPYRIGHT

Copyright 2017 Jeff Anderson.

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