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  1. #1
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    Looping Through Object Fails

    I have a list of input1's and inputs2's. The input ones are an accept button and the input2's are a deny button. However, I set up an alert to tell me the name of the input 1's but I am only told the name of the last input1 in my list.

    I would like input1.name to show me... something like accept[3]
    Where 3 is the uid of the user being accepted or denied. The name works when I look at the source code, but fails when I try to create the alert.

    How can I achieve this result?

    Code:
    if (link)
    	{
    		link.onclick = function()
    		{
    			var uid = link.href.split('=');
    			uid = uid[1];
    			
    			ajax.get('/assets/ajax/partner_review.php?uid=' + uid, function(responce)
    			{
    				var info = eval('(' + responce + ')');
    				var i;
    				
    				lightbox.show(info[0], function(body)
    				{
    					
    					for (i = 0; i < info[1].length; ++i) 
    					{
    						var row 		= document.createElement('div');
    						var div1 		= document.createElement('div');
    						var a			= document.createElement('a');
    						var img 		= document.createElement('img');
    						var span 		= document.createElement('span');
    						var div2		= document.createElement('div');
    						var div3		= document.createElement('div');
    						var input1		= document.createElement('input');
    						var input2		= document.createElement('input');
    						var requestform	= document.createElement('form');
    						
    						input1.type = 'submit';
    						input2.type = 'submit';
    						
    						input1.value = 'Accept';
    						input2.value = 'Deny';
    						
    						input1.name = 'acceptrequest[' + info[1][i].uid + ']';
    						input2.name = 'denyrequest[' + info[1][i].uid + ']';
    						
    						requestform.name = 'requestform';
    						requestform.method = 'post';
    						requestform.action = 'http://mysite.com/home.php';
    						
    						a.href = 'http://mysite.com/u/' + info[1][i].username;
    						a.setAttribute('target', '_blank');
    						
    						addClass(row, 'lb_row');
    						
    						img.src = info[1][i].avatar;
    						img.alt = info[1][i].displayName;
    						
    						row.appendChild(div1);
    						
    						a.appendChild(img);
    						div1.appendChild(a);
    						addClass(div1, 'lb_div');
    						addClass(div1, 'tdfirst_review');
    						addClass(img, 'avatar extrasmall vmiddle');
    						
    						span.appendChild(document.createTextNode(info[1][i].displayName)) 
    						a.appendChild(span);
    						addClass(span, 'lb_span');
    						
    						div2.appendChild(input1);
    						row.appendChild(div2);
    						addClass(div2, 'lb_div_button');
    						addClass(div2, 'lb_align');
    						
    						div3.appendChild(input2);
    						row.appendChild(div3);
    						addClass(div3, 'lb_div_button');
    						addClass(div3, 'lb_align');
    						addClass(div3, 'right');
    						
    						requestform.appendChild(row);
    						body.appendChild(requestform);
    							
    						requestform.onsubmit = function ()
    						{
    							/* So what to do here, thats the question
    							
    							- You want to get the data of the button that has been pressed, if such function exists.
    							- Then use AJAX to send the form data to some file that probably doesnt exist yet.
    							- Give the PHP a responce, and echot he response to replace the buttons
    							
    							*/
    							input1.onclick = function ()
    							{
    								alert(input1.name);
    							}
    							
    							return false;
    						}
    					}
    				});
    			});
    		
    			return false;
    		}
    	}

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  3. #3
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    I read through that entire post and i'm still very lost. I tried a few different things buy I just can't seem to get it.

    I kept trying to change requestform by adding in the 'i' but that wasn't working for me. Can you please be a little more concrete in your recommendation?

    Code:
    requestform[i].onsubmit = function ()
    {
    	/* So what to do here, thats the question
    	
    	- You want to get the data of the button that has been pressed, if such function exists.
    	- Then use AJAX to send the form data to some file that probably doesnt exist yet.
    	- Give the PHP a responce, and echot he response to replace the buttons
    	
    	*/
    	input1.onclick = function ()
    	{
    		alert(input1.name);
    	}
    	
    	return false;
    }

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