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DHTML: Submit form in a DIV tag returns a page not found error

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<DIV onClick="document.form1.submit();">Test</DIV>

When I click on that particular DIV, it redirects me to a "undefined" page. That why i get a page not found error. But when I do a alert(document.form1.action) before the submit command. It returns the correct page. If I put the same javascript on a different control for e.g. a button, it works fine.
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Question by:ecla
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venkateshwarr earned 250 total points
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This one works for me...

<form action="http://www.google.com/" name=form1>
  <input type=hidden name=test value=1>
</form>
<DIV onClick="document.form1.submit();">Test</DIV>

may be there is problem in your form action

venkat.
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by:javedsiddiqui
ID: 10732053
Your search criteria for google is invalid u need to set the name attribute with correct keywor here u go with the right result keyword.

<form action="http://www.google.com/search" name=form1>
  <input type=hidden name=q value=a>
</form>
<DIV onClick="document.form1.submit();">Test</DIV>
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