I'm just starting to experiment with jQuery in conjunction with PHP, so bear with me . . . The solution to my problem is probably obvious.
<div class = "demo"><div class = "ui-widget">
<input type = "radio" id = "yes" name = "rbRev" value = "1">Yes
<input type = "radio" id = "no" name = "rbRev" value = "0" checked = "checked">No
<label id = "lblDocnum" for = "docnum">Enter doc #: </label>
<input id = "docnum" type = "text" size = "70">
The jQuery looks like this (located in separate file):
I'm using the PHP/JSON method of populating the box remotely, as in the demo that comes with the jQuery UI package. Like I said, the Autocomplete box works just fine; it's just ignored when I post the form. Everything else from the form appears in the $_POST array. Any ideas?
Let me know if I need to supply more information . . . Any help would be appreciated.