Using JQuery to stop attempted injection attacks?

Hi - I was thinking of using JQuery to load forms into the DOM using ajax from a page on-load.

I was thinking this would be a great way to block injection / robots etc as the form is not visible in the DOM when they look at the page?

Anyone got any thoughts / experience this?

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You need to check for injection serverside anyhow, so this is just a gimmick.

What form do you show your text browsers and/or mobile clients?
craig32768Author Commented:
I'll check serverside also - and probably use parameterised SQL - just thought this would stop the attempt in the first place?
If the serverside checks work. Why make something complex on the frontend, that will only lower your accessibility?

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craig32768Author Commented:
Just thought it would be a way of stopping the attack attempts in the first place. - Point taken though. Thanks for your input.
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