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jQuery and AJAX plugin

  • # July 5, 2013 at 2:19 pm

    I am creating a plugin in wordpress that is for the tournament sign-up. The form
    submission part is running nicely. But my plugin also needs to show
    the added entries below the form. So, I’ve inserted a ‘div’ below the
    form where the entries should display.

    I’m using AJAX for the whole process. I have added two buttons to show
    the particular data, i.e Inter-Year button and Inter-Department
    button. Since these two buttons are in the same form(with hidden field
    value), so how does the onClick function works?

    The buttons are working now because I’ve added them in different forms
    and linked them to two different queries(WHERE tourn=’value’). Can I
    do this with just a single query? if yes, then how?
    Does jQuery takes different values for different submit buttons? How
    does this work in a single form? So can I pass this value to a single
    variable in a SINGLE function that runs the query for retrieving data
    from the database?

    Any idea?

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