> -----Message d'origine----- > De : thelist-admin at lists.evolt.org > [mailto:thelist-admin at lists.evolt.org]De la part de .jeff > rather than rely on php's built-in "feature" of converting > form fields that > end with  into arrays, i'd find a way to reliably name each > of the fields > individually to prevent this list creation upon submission. Maybe simply incrementing a $i of some sort like such: <? var $i=0; ?> <input id="foo[<? echo $i++; ?>]"> <input id="foo[<? echo $i++; ?>]"> ... Then for the browser you have unique identifiers (foo, foo) and can access them through JS (hopefully, but I haven't tried), and yet take advantage of the array feature for the server-side processing. What do you think?