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Could you point what is preventing this code to correctly fire a javascript function when a 2nd input box is added ?

Eduardo Fuerte
Last Modified: 2018-01-16
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Could you point what is preventing this code to correctly fire a javascript function when a 2nd input box is added ?

<script src="https://cdnjs.cloudflare.com/ajax/libs/handlebars.js/4.0.5/handlebars.js"></script>
<script src="https://cdnjs.cloudflare.com/ajax/libs/zepto/1.1.6/zepto.min.js"></script>
<script src="../lib/php_crud_api_transform.js"></script>
<script id="PostListTemplate" type="text/mustache">
			<span class="id">{{id}}</span>, <span class="clb_nome">{{clb_nome}}</span> , <span class="email">{{email}}</span> 
			<a href="javascript:void(0)" class="edit">editar</a>
			<a href="javascript:void(0)" class="delete">deletar</a>
            <input name="clb_nome"/>

             <!-- Problematic if I add this input box -->
            <input name="email"/>

function PostList(element, template) {
	var self = this;
	var url = '../api.php/pessoas';

	self.edit = function() {
        // Edition
        var li = $(this).parent('li');
		var id = li.find('span.id').text();
        var clb_nome = li.find('span.clb_nome').text();
		clb_nome = prompt('Value',clb_nome);

        var email = li.find('span.email').text();
		email = prompt('Value',email);

		if (clb_nome!==null) {
			$.ajax({url:url+'/'+id, type: 'PUT', data: {clb_nome:clb_nome, email:email} , success:self.update});

	self.delete = function() {
		var li = $(this).parent('li');
		var id = li.find('span.id').text();
		if (confirm("Deletando #"+id+". Continua?")) {
			$.ajax({url:url+'/'+id, type: 'DELETE', success:self.update});

      // ------------------------  This doesn't run if the 2nd input box is added ----------------------------------------
	self.submit = function(e) {
        // Insert
        console.log("Inclusao -- 01 --- ");

        var clb_nome = $(this).find('input[name="clb_nome"]').val();
        //-- If the 2nd input box is ommited the result of it is "undefined" and everything goes right
        var email    = $(this).find('input[name="email"]').val();
        console.log("Inclusao -- 02 --- ");
       $.post(url, {clb_nome:clb_nome, email:email}, self.update);

       console.log("Inclusao -- 03 --- ");

	self.render = function(data) {
        // Apresenta os dados

	self.update = function() {
		$.get(url, self.render);
	self.post = function() {
		$.post(url, {user_id:1,category_id:1,clb_nome:""}, self.update);
$(function(){ new PostList($('#PostListDiv'),$('#PostListTemplate')); });
<div id="PostListDiv">Carregando...</div>

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Runs OK when the 2nd input box is ommmited
The function insn't fired when the 2nd input box exists
Thanks in advance!
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