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    richard  10 years ago
    Very tasty slice, Michele. Thanks. However, two issues came up. First, after submitting the form, the component isn't getting updated so I still see the input. This leads to multiple submission problems. The other issue is more of a question -- why did you use return XML('ajax...') instead of providing a success function to the ajaxForm function?

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Requires jQuery.form plugin

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