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Passing a value to specific location in a document using the tag href, or ..

The document uses JQueryUI, modified JQuery SlickSlideShow, JQuery validation script, PHP, and a Mysql database. It works perfectly in Chrome, and Safari using a form with POST instead of the <a href.. tag, but not in any other browser. I suspect it would work perfectly in Firefox and IE if could pass a value with the <a href tag.

I have something like <a href="#loc">click here</a>

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  1. <div id="loc">
  2. <?php if ($value == 'something'){..;
  3. // do stuff
  4. }
  5. ?>
  6. </div>
Please help.

If it would help to see the site: http://weddinginvegas.com/index.php
Apr 7 '10 #1
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When you say it works perfectly, what does that mean? I can't see any POST form in your code.
Apr 29 '10 #2

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