On 2011-08-11, at 9:13 PM, "Jim Giner" <jim.gi...@albanyhandball.com> wrote:
> This is what I am trying to do. One submit button for both forms going
> to the same destination.
> The only reason I am doing this is because I can't figure out why my
> ajax for my select menus is altering my tinyMCE textarea box.
> Ultimately if I can figure out how to control the ajax within the div
> container as I showed in a previous email I would be able to just use
> one form. any ideas??
> 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.
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I would bet it's the quotes screwing up the js. Can / are you escaping that
variable when ajaxing it back?
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