Gaaaaaa! I always get this backward. As Mr. Wonka would say, "Strike  
that; reverse it!"

whatever_your_list_ID_is = Array(
        12 => 0,
        13 => 1,
        24 => 2,
        2 => 3,
        42 => 4
)


Walter

On Jun 8, 2009, at 6:56 AM, Walter Lee Davis wrote:

> The data generated by Sortable.serialize looks like this after PHP
> grabs it from the POST:
>
> whatever_your_list_ID_is = Array(
>       0 => 12,
>       1 => 13,
>       2 => 24,
>       3 => 2,
>       4 => 42
> )
>
> The keys of the array give the position, the values give the numerical
> part of the list item ID. So in this case, the list looked like this
> in the DOM when serialize() wrapped it up:


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