just do

<input name="invoiceID[<?=$invoiceID?>]" value="<?=$invoicePrice?>"
type="checkbox" />

like it was meant

php will recognize it as an array and parse it ( $_POST['invoiceID'] ) just
fine

if for some strange reason you can't - do a for loop over $_POST and use a
regex




On Mon, Oct 6, 2008 at 5:30 PM, Walter Lee Davis <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:

>
>
> On Oct 6, 2008, at 4:08 PM, Matt Foster wrote:
>
> > Looks like you're going to need more data in the checkbox.  As you're
> > going to need the ID as well i'd leave that as is.  But you can add an
> > extra attribute to help with this calculation.
> >
> > <input name="invoiveID[]" value="<?=$invoiceID?>" price="<?=
> > $invoicePrice?>" type="checkbox" />
> >
> > Javascript has no problem accessing what could be considered a custom
> > attribute.
>
> JavaScript does not, but the W3C does. If you want to add custom
> attributes, you will need to either use the id, value, or class. What
> I usually do is put a known bit of text at the beginning of the
> class, and then remove it later. I am sure there's another way, but
> that's the sort of thing I would do.
>
> Walter
>
>
> >
>

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