I was thinking of a way to get around the issue of doing css hacks in order to have a better UIX.
So I thought if it is possible to capture the action in the objects that we introduce through ST.MARKDOWN ?
I believe that if Streamlit could work with the reference of these objects, it would be better than setting css all the time.
In the example that follows I made a small button in BOOTSTRAP where I would like to assign the ONCLICK event to a PYTHON function.
The main idea here is to simply get a reference of the object created in markdown and be able to handle its events!
Any way to do this?
Note: I know that by Selenium it is possible to do something similar!
def myBootstrapEvent(): st.success("A Button was clicked !") st.markdown('<button name="btn" type="button" onclick="myBootstrapEvent()" class="btn btn-primary">Primary</button>', unsafe_allow_html=True)