On Jan 24, 3:47 pm, "T.J. Crowder" <t...@crowdersoftware.com> wrote:
> Shocking, I know.

Yes it is! :)


> I'd suggest using IDs that don't overlap with names.  That allows you
> to keep using the same name for both fields in the two different
> forms, without causing this ID confusion.

I just did it! :) I refactorized few methods and now it is OKAY. :)
But it was confusing. Thanks, for your explanation about IE's
implementation... :\

Greetz,
Adam :)
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