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I've developed a website that, when a customer selects from one drop down box other drop down boxes are populated. I've achieved this by reloading the page and passing the initial selection back into it.
When I look at some other websites that do the same thing they appear to be able to do this without re-loading the page and it looks a lot smoother than my page.
Would the use of DHTML or CSS suggest that the page has to first contain the complete list of, in our case, locations? If so, we currently have 3000+ locations so would that not make the page too big?
If not, I'll investigate how this could be achieved using DHTML. (any pointers greatfully received).
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