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<script src="jquery.min.js" type="text/javascript"></script>
        <script>
 
    $(document).ready(function() {
    var val1 = "";
    var val2 = "";
 
    $('input[name="pet"],input[name="danger"]').change(function() {
        val1 = $('input[name="pet"]:checked').val();
        val2 = $('input[name="danger"]:checked').val();
        alert(val1 + " : " + val2);
        $.post('ajax-example.php',{'pet' : val1}, function(){
 });
 
        });
 
});
here i am getting the values but to pass those val1,val2 values to my ajax-example.php
Posted 2-Aug-12 0:49am

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Solution 1

I see you already use jQuery.

I'd suggest you try the jquery.ajax function, is more versatile than jquery.post, and maybe easier to understand.

It's also more configurable than jQuery.post, in the sense that you can use the same syntax for both GET or POST requests

$.ajax({
	type : 'POST',
	url : 'ajax-example.php',
	data: {
		pet: val1,
		pet2: val2
	},
	success : function(data) {
		//Do your thing when the call is successful
	},
	error: function(data) {
		//Treat error when they occur
	}
});
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