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FormFill and JQuery

I've got a form which we're using form fill in learning mode.

The form uses JQuery 1.x to override the default submit logic (and this is required, it can't be bypassed)

The question I have is when I enable javascript handling, need to specify which functions to keep. However JQuery it isn't so clear which function is used to initialize JQuery.
Has anyone worked with this at all?
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Re: FormFill and JQuery

Alex McHugh wrote:

> I've got a form which we're using form fill in learning mode.
>
> The form uses JQuery 1.x to override the default submit logic (and
> this is required, it can't be bypassed)
>
> The question I have is when I enable javascript handling, need to
> specify which functions to keep. However JQuery it isn't so clear
> which function is used to initialize JQuery. Has anyone worked with
> this at all?


I have little experience with debugging javascript but maybe look at
firebug without using NAM so you can get an idea what is happening when
a form gets submitted by JQuery.

https://getfirebug.com/javascript


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Cheers,
Edward
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