If I have this code:

<div id="draggable" class="dodrop dropme">drag me</div>
<div id="droppable">drop here</div>

new Draggable ('draggable', {revert: 'failure', accept: 'dropme'});
Droppables.add ('droppable');

I would expect the dropped element to be accpeted by the droppable but
it's not for some reason. Can anyone help me out on this? I have some
rather more complex code that results in a div element with the class
names "audience-element" and  "Social" like so:

<div id="audience-element-0" class="audience-element Social"
style="top: 0pt; left: 0pt; z-index: 0;">

As far as I can tell, if I define my droppable like so:

Droppables.add(audience-element-0, {accept: 'Social', onDrop:

... then this should successfully drop onto the target element and
stay there....but it doesn't :(

Help!!! :)

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