Menu Item Select On Page Load - Actual Element (a Table) To Set The Background Doesn't Exist
May 9, 2011
I have two multiple selects on my page. One gets updated via ajax whenever the user filters data (we'll call that select "#select-1"), when they select options from that it then gets moved into the other select (we'll call that "#select-2"). That is all working fine but I'd like to refine it so that they can't select the same data twice.
So, basically, what I'd like to do is add logic within the ajax call to only update the select options in (#select-1) if it does NOT exist in the other select (#select-2).
I have no clue where to even begin with this....do I need to store the val's in an array and then search for each one in the other?
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