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Posted on 2011-03-23
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I am posting to a form using jquery and trying to load only the table from the rerturned page into a div. The code is show below. The problem is the form form is not being submitted with a POST.  jquery documentation for load() states "The POST method is used if data is provided as an object; otherwise, GET is assumed." - could this be the problem?
$("#Results").load("processform.php table", $("#Form").serialize());

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Use serializeArray() instead serialize() : http://api.jquery.com/serializeArray/

try the following too :
$.post("processform.php", $("#Form").serializeArray(), function(page) {
    $("#Results").append( $("table", page).html() );
})

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Thanks, serializeArray() did the trick.
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