Sebastian: if I remember correctly if you use a multiple selection field on
a page when you submit the form the contents of the selected items on the
field are sent via a comma delimited string, so you would just have to do
$Array=split(",", $String) to retrieve all of the selected values of the

This way you can still use javascript to manipulate your form and not worry
about how many selections a user makes.


> At 01:25 PM 10/2/2001 +0200, Sebastian wrote:
> >Hi all
> >
> >If i use multiple select fields in a from
> >i use name[] to access it in php afterwards
> ><select name=aname[] multiple>
> ><option>test1</option>
> ><option>test2</option>
> ></select>
> >
> >i can then access in php $name and it has its the elements that were
> >selected.
> >my problem now is that i can't access name[] with javascript...
> >if i try
> ><javascript>
> >     alert([].value);
> ></javascript>
> >gives an error...
> >
> >is there another way to neme the seletc field?
> >if i use name=aname
> >then i only get one selected value in php.....
> >
> >thanks
> >
> >sebastian

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