Hey everyone, I'm working on an editor for a blog and part of the functionality is to be able to, in the same form, either save changes, delete the entry or cancel. Now, i can think of a dozen ways to do this in javascript , but i was wondering if there was any easy, non-complicated way to do this purely in HTML, with some attribute or something like that.

so in other words i'd like to have multiple submit buttons in the same form point to different actions. If its not possible without Javascript, i don't have a problem with doing that, if thats the case just say so.

Here is the form code if it helps in anyway:
HTML Code:
<form action="updateBlogPostHandler.php" method="post">
  <label>Post Title</label>
    <input name="blogtitle" value="<?php print $title; ?>" alt="Title" type="text" id="blogtitle" size="100" maxlength="150"  />
  <p><label>Blog Post</label></p>
    <textarea name="blogpost" value="<?php print $post; ?>" cols="100" rows="5" id="blogpost"></textarea>
  <input type="hidden" disabled="disabled" value="<?php $entry ?>" />
  <button type="submit">Save</button>
  <button type="submit">Delete</button>
  <button type="submit">Cancel</button>