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Mozilla not passing dynamic info - image_up_index.HTML (0/1)

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Cy
I have a script that when a user selects an option from a select menu
the next select menu builds dynamically with information that relates
to the first menu selection. The menu builds dynamically, but the
values selected will not pass.

It is as if Mozilla will not recognize the menu since it was not
already built with the page.

Anybody have an answer? This is really keeping me from getting other
stuff done .

The page is built dynamically with PHP. I have attached if you care
to take a look.

That's my sad story Please help.

Cy
Jul 20 '05 #1
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"Cy" <cw*@nc.rr.com> wrote in message
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I have a script that when a user selects an option from a
select menu the next select menu builds dynamically with
information that relates to the first menu selection. The
menu builds dynamically, but the values selected will not pass.

It is as if Mozilla will not recognize the menu since it
was not already built with the page.

Anybody have an answer? This is really keeping me from getting
other stuff done .

The page is built dynamically with PHP. I have attached if you
care to take a look.

That's my sad story Please help.


Without being able to see the (client-side) code that you are using and
the HTML with which it is interacting it is not going to be possible for
anyone to see if you are doing anything wrong or whether a more
effective approach is available.

Richard.
Jul 20 '05 #2

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Cy
Not sure I understand you. This is the page after it is dynamically
produxed. The Javascript you see is what gets built, and it's
activity in the form is working correctly. The next page is not
receiving the vaule for the second pulldown after the first one is
selected.

By looking at this code is there anything wrong?

Cy

On Wed, 4 Feb 2004 04:05:16 -0000, "Richard Cornford"
<Ri*****@litotes.demon.co.uk> wrote:
"Cy" <cw*@nc.rr.com> wrote in message
news:2o********************************@4ax.com.. .
I have a script that when a user selects an option from a
select menu the next select menu builds dynamically with
information that relates to the first menu selection. The
menu builds dynamically, but the values selected will not pass.

It is as if Mozilla will not recognize the menu since it
was not already built with the page.

Anybody have an answer? This is really keeping me from getting
other stuff done .

The page is built dynamically with PHP. I have attached if you
care to take a look.

That's my sad story Please help.


Without being able to see the (client-side) code that you are using and
the HTML with which it is interacting it is not going to be possible for
anyone to see if you are doing anything wrong or whether a more
effective approach is available.

Richard.


Jul 20 '05 #3

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In article <4b********************************@4ax.com>, cw*@nc.rr.com
enlightened us with...
Not sure I understand you. This is the page after it is dynamically
produxed. The Javascript you see is what gets built, and it's
activity in the form is working correctly. The next page is not
receiving the vaule for the second pulldown after the first one is
selected.

By looking at this code is there anything wrong?

There is no code posted.
Attachments are not allowed in Usenet non-binary groups.

Post it as plain text in the body of your message.

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Jul 20 '05 #4

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