> By definition, a 'submit' button submits a form. Not 2 forms. Each form
> has to have it's own form. It is not feasible to submit two forms - since
> the conversation from your client pc is going to be garbled even if you
> could (JS?) do the second submit. One transactiion is going to answer your
> client and then the other is going to wipe it out with its respone.
> I don't think you have ot separate your forms becuase they are in separate
> divs. I could be wrong - never tried it.
I didn't think it was possible either. I will play around with the div
container and ajax some more tonight. Hope I will be able to figure it
out. Is it possible to place a div within the form to only affect the
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