What can I do to make this form post correctly?

Head out to http://touringprofessional.com/registration_1.php

I've got a form function happening just prior to my "Submit" button. Problem is, while the function is working correctly (you pick a category and it automatically populates a subcategory in the pull down menu alongside it), I can't post the collective info.

What can I do differently to make the page post correctly?
Bruce GustPHP DeveloperAsked:
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You have improperly nested your forms.

There is this chunk of code in the middle of your main form that is messing it up:

	<form name=form>
	<select id="firstChoice_1" name="secondary_start"  class="styled-select" onchange="selectChange(this, form.secondChoice_1, arrItems2, arrItemsGrp2);">
	<option value="0" selected>choose from the following...</option>
	<option value="5">Instrumentalist</option>
	<option value="6">Singer</option>
	<option value="7">Production / Technical</option>
	<option value="8">Support Staff / Crew</option>
	<select id="secondChoice_1" name="secondary" class="styled-select">

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Bruce GustPHP DeveloperAuthor Commented:
I understand that. I was able to get the main form to fire correctly when I removed the code that you reference above. My question is: How can I keep that functionality and still have the main form fire correctly?

I've got to have those pulldowns and then I've got to be able to post all of the resulting information to the next page. How?
You cannot nest forms.

Can't you put it all in the single, outer form?

What happens if you simply get rid of line 1 and line 19 above, and change line 5 to use the name of the outer form instead of "form."?

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Bruce GustPHP DeveloperAuthor Commented:
That did it!
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