On Mar 4, 7:13 pm, "Alex Mcauley" <webmas...@thecarmarketplace.com>
> Yes walter is correct... As far as i know you cannot insert an element into
> another element if it does not exist in the DOM

I guess that by "insert" you mean "append" (and that isn't what Walter

> (as the element is still an
> object that resides in memory at the time) .. though i could be wrong

Yes, you are wrong. :-(

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