"Ross McKay" <ro...@zeta.org.au> wrote in message 
> On Thu, 12 Mar 2009 18:39:38 -0600, scubak1w1 wrote:
>>In the non-IE browsers I have tried (Firefox, Chrome, Opera), the first 
>>uploads the file properly, the 2nd form's submit is 'turned on' by AJAX -
>>BUT the submit button on the 2nd form doesn't seem to do anything - i.e.,
>>the onsubmit is not being triggered, etc, etc
> How do you "turn on" your submit button? (for that matter, how do you
> "turn it off"?)
> Have you checked Firefox's log to see if you have JavaScript errors?
> -- 
> Ross McKay, Toronto, NSW Australia
> "Let the laddie play wi the knife - he'll learn"
> - The Wee Book of Calvin

I have it set in a <div> tag and use AJAX...

When it is 'off' (i..e, when the page first opens) it is simply a grayed out 
image with a 'tool tip' to indicate it is not functional...

Once the array key exists for the first form, I have (sic) AJAX change the 
connets of the <div> to make it a 'true' submit button... 

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