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I have a table that I delete, add and update records.  The table is on a dropdown menu.  After I perform an edit I would like to keep the table showing right now the menu closes and I have to reopen to view the edit.
I have attached the files.  to see it function:
www.mediascrubber.com  click on "My Account"  User Name rh@aol.com  Pass RH1234 click on my records.  You can add a new one, delete or update (These are junk records)  you will see the table closes.  Any help is appreciated.  Thank you.
7formsubmit.php
7delete.php
incclientlogin.php
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Rob_Jeffrey earned 2000 total points
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The code that you have in the onClick event could be added to the page load, so when the page is reloaded, the table would appear to remain open.

Not sure if that is what you are looking for - you may want to reload the div itself - so reload the table instead of the entire page.  That can be handled through javascript too.
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Thank you!
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