Bear Bibeault wrote:You never really adequately explained why you are using two forms in the first place.
That is highly irregular. And when something is highly irregular, its a good bet that it's not the best approach.
So why the two forms?
Paul Clapham wrote:But you don't have two forms in that HTML code. The second half is a form; the first half would be a form except that its opening tag is
Perhaps if that were a "form" opening tag your code would work the way you liked?
(You realize that you can only submit from one form at a time, right?)