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a problem in sending the form varaibles using jquery .post()

Hi all, Im trying to sumbit a Form using Jquery using .post()
the problem is that not all the forms field are generating (when using serialize)

(when im checking the results using the alert its showing:flag=on&id=12024&email=1andonly%40gmail.com) so only the 3 input field are generating)


$("#"+popup_form_id).submit(function(e) {
                         //   alert("Hello world!");
							//fElement.attr('flag','1');
							e.preventDefault();
						//"mark" the input name =flag as spam 
						    $(":hidden[name='flag']","#"+popup_form_id).val("on");
							fElement.toggle();
							//$.ajax(
							alert($(this).serialize());
							$.post(url,$(this).serialize());
								
							
					})

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<form id = "popup_form_{$row['id']}"  action ="" method ="post" style="background-color:white; border:2px solid blue;padding:4px; width:250px; display :none; position:absolute"  onsubmit = "return false;">

			<input type ="hidden" name="flag" value = "no" >

			<input type="hidden" name="id" value ="{$row['id']}">

			<input type="hidden" name ="email" value ="{$row['email_address']}">

			<input type="submit" name="spamIt" value="SpamIt"  style="margin-right:15px;">

			<input type="button" value="Close" onclick="closePopup()"/>

			

			</form>

    </tr>

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MacAnthonyCommented:
From the serialize documentation:

No submit button value is serialized since the form was not submitted using a button. For a form element's value to be included in the serialized string, the element must have a name attribute.

So the submit button won't be serialized since it's not submitting via that, and the input button doesn't since it does not contain a 'name' attribute.
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Nura111Author Commented:
ok in the page im sending the request is the following code so what can Is end to .post in order for it to work? or thats is not how Im suppose to do that?

if (isset($_POST['spamIt']))
if (isset($_POST['spamIt'])){
		//echo "try";
		 $id = $_POST['id'];
		 $email = $_POST['email'];

		 $sql= BaseModel::getSqlObject();
		
		 $query = "SELECT * FROM BlackList WHERE email_address = '$email'";	
	     
		if (($result=$sql->Query($query)) === FALSE)
           die(ShowError("Server Query Error"));
		$num = $result->num_rows;
	   
	//check if email is not already exist in BlackList
	    if ($result->num_rows == 0){
   			 $insert_query = "INSERT INTO BlackList(email_address) VALUES ('$email')";
			 
			 if (($result=$sql->Query($insert_query)) === FALSE)
           	die(ShowError("Server Insert Query Error"));
		}
		
		$insert_query =	"UPDATE ServiceRequests SET spam = 1 WHERE id = '$id'";
		if (($result=$sql->Query($insert_query)) === FALSE)
           	die(ShowError("Server Insert Query Error service"));


			die ("ok");
         
	
		
 
		
		}

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MacAnthonyCommented:
You could make another hidden field with the name and value of spamIt in the form and that one should submit. The other option would be to change the current field from a submit button to a type "button" and have an onclick event of onclick="this.form.submit();".

I haven't tested either of those, but I think they should both work.
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Nura111Author Commented:
ok Im getting form the post request the following error 500 Internal Server Error
            107ms

any idea whats is happening?
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MacAnthonyCommented:
I'm not sure what would be causing the 500 error, but it shouldn't be the call itself from what you've provided.
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Nura111Author Commented:
I also attched the code in the php script its not long can you take a look? I cant figure it out
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Nura111Author Commented:
Can it be a Permission issue?
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