Ah, I didnt get the relevenace of the span. Yes, I can do that,

Thanks everyone of the excellent help.

On Mar 30, 3:14 pm, Walter Lee Davis <wa...@wdstudio.com> wrote:
> It's all down to the parent Element you choose to wrap these form  
> elements with. It doesn't have to be a span as I had it, you could  
> just give the enclosing paragraph or LI an id and away you go. What  
> you could not do -- what you are correct to assume here -- is use this  
> vague syntax with the form as the parent:
> $('theFormId').select('input[type="checkbox"]')
> will indeed return ALL the checkboxen in your form.
> $('theFieldsetId')...
> $('theListItemId')...
> $(''theParagraphId')...
> $('theLabelId')... (this one is even semantically correct!)
> Any of these will work, adapted to the structure of your form.
> Walter
> On Mar 30, 2009, at 9:57 AM, simon.murgatr...@googlemail.com wrote:
> > I didn’t dismiss what you said, but isn’t the problem with that
> > pattern that if I have other radio button sets on the same page it’s
> > going to pull those back at the same time? And that means I'm going to
> > have to look at the name of each item and decide if it’s part of this
> > set of radio buttons or another set of radio buttons?- Hide quoted text -
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