This.parentNode - Access The Elements Of The Form Without Referring To Them By ID As The Whole Form Is Intended To Be Cloned

Feb 16, 2011

I've put together what I think is an illustration of my problem at [URL] Quite simply, I need to be able to access the elements of the form without referring to them by ID as the whole form is intended to be cloned. I intended to do this using parentNode and childNodes[] together with the 'this' keyword. My understanding of 'this' in this context is that it should refer to the HTML element calling the function, i.e. one of the radio button inputs. However this gives the error "Error: this.parentNode is undefined"

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[Code]...

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