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submit(value=nil, options={}) public

Add the submit button for the given form. When no value is given, it checks if the object is a new resource or not to create the proper label:

  <%= form_for @post do |f| %>
    <%= f.submit %>
  <% end %>

In the example above, if @post is a new record, it will use "Create Post" as submit button label, otherwise, it uses "Update Post".

Those labels can be customized using I18n, under the helpers.submit key and accept the %{model} as translation interpolation:

  en:
    helpers:
      submit:
        create: "Create a %{model}"
        update: "Confirm changes to %{model}"

It also searches for a key specific for the given object:

  en:
    helpers:
      submit:
        post:
          create: "Add %{model}"
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March 10, 2009
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Image as a submit button

use image_sugmit_tag to use an image as a submit button

September 22, 2010
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About the options argument

The options are not documented, but of course you can use the same options than submit_tag.

Note that all non-documented options are simply passed to the input tag. Amongst other things, this allows you to change the default name attribute (commit):

form.submit 'Cancel', :name => 'cancel'

That’s very handy in forms with multiple submit buttons, this way the controller can easily check in the params which action was submitted.

June 21, 2011 - (v3.0.0 - v3.0.9)
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Clear form

for clear a form, use this:

<%= f.submit "clear", :type => "reset" %>
November 8, 2013
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submit button with rails javascript's onclick event handler method

Code example

<%= f.submit ‘Create User’, class: ‘buttons’, :onclick => “validate_user_form_and_submit()” %>