On Feb 1, 12:44 pm, Siim <coldb...@gmail.com> wrote:
> Hello.
>
> I have a form that has elements
>
> <input type="hidden" name="add_article_link_url_list[1][link]"
> id="add_article_link_url_list" value="1" />
> <input type="hidden" name="add_article_link_desc_list[1][url]"
> id="add_article_link_desc_list" value="1" />
>
> <input type="hidden" name="add_article_link_url_list[2][link]"
> id="add_article_link_url_list" value="2" />
> <input type="hidden" name="add_article_link_desc_list[2][url]"
> id="add_article_link_desc_list" value="2" />
>

In HTML the 'name' attribute is simply a CDATA - it has no inner
syntax.

As far as Javascript is concerned "add_article_link_url_list[2][link]"
and "add_article_link_desc_list[2][url]" are just two names which
happen to coincide except in a few characters.

It is I believe only PHP which treats [ ] in input names specially and
forms them into arrays.

Unless Prototype mimics this behaviour (and I don't think it does)
they will be treated as independent names. If you want to form objects
from them you'll have to parse them yourself (or maybe there are
Javascript libraries out there which will do it).

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