Using Jquery clone

Posted on 2015-02-05
Last Modified: 2015-02-05
So sorry.  I had this posted earlier but accidentally deleted it.  My apologies to anyone that posted a comment.

The following code is not copying the submit button just the dropdown.

Any help would be appreciated.

Question by:Isaac
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Chris Stanyon earned 500 total points
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You're cloning the controlGroup, which doesn't contain the submit button. Move that inside the controlGroup DIV and you're good to go:

<div class="controlGroup">
   <h2>Filter by Role</h2>
   <select id="RoleSelect">
      <option selected="selected" value="all">All</option>
      <option value="command-Andrew">Andrew</option>
      <option value="command-Charles">Charles</option>
      <option value="command-DPE">DPE</option>
      <option value="command-CDD">CDD</option>
   <br />
   <input id="submitControlGroup" type="submit" value="Submit"/>

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