sending Ajax POST variables

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janu

New Member
#21
Thanks lous, I got it working for only one text box in the form, your original example, now if I have many input fields and variables, how can I pouplate them. I have tried the fowllogin and it does not work..

it only posts 1 variable..

<input type=text id=test2 name=test2>

<input id=test
onChange="ewd_getcontent_post('content_ajax.php?data=3',this.value, 'div_populate');"
size=100 name=test>

&nbsp;
<input onClick="ewd_getcontent_post('content_ajax.php', test.value, test2.value, 'div_populate'); return false;" type=submit value="get data.." name="submit">
any idea ? regards
 
#22
OK, I have just wasted the last hour working out the code for using post instead of get so have a look at that page again, download the new code and javascript (especially) and change your php code to look for POST instead of GET

Hope this help.
 

janu

New Member
#23
that does not help BUT THAT SAVED MY LIFE...

THANKS.................... A......... LOT...

now thats a great example now, and thanks for adding the checkbox, otherwise I would have come back again and asked the questions :)


THANKS once again louse, it certainly helps and saved a lot of my fine, I had code that I posted earlier for GET, but I was looking for POST since POST is secure and sometimes we have to go thorugh POST and wihout refreshing the page..

your example is great. THANK YOU...
 
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