the reason it worked here, is because i placed the script AFTER the form. So, the html code is being parsed by the browser, and THEN the script is parsed. So the browser knows about what the script is talking.
But, if the script is placed before that form (without the function() ) the script is parsed before the html is parsed. So it does not know about what it is talking.
now, the "$(function()" tells the browser to "parse" the script, after the page is loaded. So, wherever you put your script code with that "function", it will always work.
Actually, the best place for scripts, is always in the bottom of your page, to be sure they certainly work.
Joined: Aug 10, 2011
Thanks a lot for the description...
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