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well im confused about how to add actual behavior to semantic UI elements. for instance, if i have a modal dialog. the "copy-pastable" examples have nests of DIVs with classes added to control their display, and also, apparently, are falling back on jQuery to implement even the behavior of a modal dialog. but there's no obvious way to listen for events on a dialog to see if user hit OK, Cancel, whatever else. and none of the semantic examples use IDs on elements.
am i missing something or is the assumed use case for developers to add IDs to whatever buttons, use addEventListener(), and explicitly add all logic to hide the dialog when user hits OK or Cancel?
this same question applies to all UI elements, just using the modal dialog as an example. any help is appreciated
emptyform validation rule. See https://fomantic-ui.com/behaviors/form.html#empty