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More Javascript Issues

Published September 2, 2004
Before I came here I tended to avoid Javascript like a sort of scourge. I found out that this was a terrible idea in some instances and Javascript can increase the usability and performance of some web-based applications enormously. However, in the case when one is dynamically populating controls (selects, checkboxes, etc) on a form based on previous input, then persisting the state (values or actual controls on the form) of the said controls on the server, it quickly becomes an annoyance. Example: Based on a previous answer of a pulldown I like: a) Apples <-- --Jaimie
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