I'm trying to direct a browser to a different page. If I wanted a GET request, I might say  document.location.href = 'http://example.com/q=a';   But the resource I'm trying to access won't respond properly unless I use a POST re...
I have a form with name orderproductForm and an undefined number of inputs.  I want to do some kind of jQuery.get or ajax or anything like that that would call a page through Ajax, and send along all the inputs of the form orderproductForm.  I supp...
For a simple form with an alert that asks if fields were filled out correctly, I need a function that does this:   Shows an alert box when button is clicked with two options:   If "OK" is clicked, the form is submitted If cancel is clicked,...
I want an html form to do nothing after it has been submitted.    action=""    is no good because it causes the page to reload.    Basically i want an ajax function to be called whenever a button is pressed or someone hits "enter" a...
Is there a way in jQuery to create and submit a form on the fly.  Something like below.  <html>     <head>     <title> Title Text Goes Here </title>     <script src="http://code.jquery.com/jquery-1.7.js"></s...
I have a form with a text input:   <form name="form1">     <cfinput type="text" name="text1" id="text1" onChange="someFunc();"> </form>   I only want it to submit in certain cases. (I run some...
I want to trigger the submit event of the form the current element is in. A method I know works sometimes is:  this.form.submit();   I'm wondering if there is a better solution, possibly using jQuery, as I'm not 100% sure method works in ever...
Is this code correct? I'm trying to submit it and also I would like on submit if text area would be empty again.  <script type="text/javascript"> $(document).ready(function(){      $("form#submit").submit(function() {...
I've been scouring the internet (including SO), and I can't find anything to help me out with my situation, so hopefully I can get some help from you guys.  Basically, like the title says, the .submit() is NOT firing in IE. All other browsers...

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