> I have to disagree Ash, you can pass js variable values to PHP but only
> through a page load. Then you could use $_REQUEST, $_POST, $_GET to retrieve
> it. I have done this before.

And I am sure Ash does it on daily basis, the problem is the used therm: I want 
to *assign* ... not pass, assign!

I am quite sure that is what he meant, since I cannot count people reading 
<?php ?> in the middle of the page thinking it can interact directly with nodes 
and javascript, and being "a new one", I think Ash replied in the correct way.


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