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In my web page while i click on a check box the whole page refreshes .the client doesn't want that. Is there any javascript i can add to keep the page from repainting again.
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Checking a checkbox will not cause anything to submit on its own. So rather than adding something to the page, you need to find out what on the page is causing this behavior and remove it.

Is there a click handler on the checkbox that's causing a form to submit or to redirect the page?
[ July 15, 2008: Message edited by: Bear Bibeault ]
 
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