Edit contenteditable element and POST content to server

May 18, 2018, at 06:30 AM

I have a table of nodes. When I click on a particulare node, a modal window pops up containing the following div:

<div id="endDiv" style="display: none">
    <ol class="rounded-list">
        <li><label>NAME:<span id="name"></span></label></li>
        <li><label>LOCATION:<span id="location"></span></label></li>
        <button id="btn" onclick="updateButton()">UPDATE INFO</button>

The JS function with the GET method is the following:

function getEndpoints(nodeid) {
$.get( ".../node/" +nodeid, function( node ) {
    var key = ["location", "name"];
    var endpoints = node.endpoints[0];
        for(var k = 0; k < key.length; k++){
            $("#" + key[k]).text(endpoints[key[k]]);
           //here I set 'contenteditable' attribute to the elements from div
            $("#name").attr('contenteditable', 'true');
            $("#location").attr('contenteditable', 'true');

What i want is to edit 'NAME' and 'LOCATION' fields and then use the 'UPDATE INFO' button to submit it to the server. I've tried using POST method as following:

function setName(nodeid) {
$.post("..../info/act/set?params=" + nodeid,{
    name: $("#name").contents(),
function updateButton(){
    setName(1);//i gave 1 as parameter (in order to update the node with id: 1)

I also tried to parse the data but without succes:

        var enter = event.which == 13, //store ENTER key
        el = event.target,
        input = el.nodeName != 'INPUT' && el.nodeName != 'TEXTAREA',
        data = {};
        if (input == enter) {
                data[el.getAttribute('data-name')] = el.innerHTML;
                updateButton();//call the update function after parsing

What I'm doing wrong here? Any suggestions?

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