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Solutions Synergy MarCom is an Integrated Marketing Services & Event management firm offering PAN India solutions, below are the 4 major line of business we cater to: IMC (Integrated Marketing Communication): Synergy provides a turnkey solution for your channel, existing and target customer propositions, it generates the audience, designs EDMs, blasts them to the right audience, selects venues, constructs venue, provides technical solutions, speaker / artist management, post event analysis, viable integration (E.G. Radio / News Paper / Television) etc. CRM (Channel / Customer response management): Be it your channel training, product updates to your channels or acquiring audience for your next sales forum, Synergy has a dedicated response team supported by state of art technology to record calls, provide real-time monitoring systems at client location to evaluate projects backed by a strong QA/QC team & Live CRM/ERM softwares to ensure compliance as guided by clients.

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If I submit this form, either using the Submit button or by hitting enter in the firstname field, the fields from the form (in this case just firstname) are posted to targetURL, and if the post works the results that I get back are inserted into the ‘target element’ div. If the post fails for some reason (for example, if I get back a 404 error or something) then the “Failed to submit form!” message is inserted into the ‘target element’ div. Note that if javascript isn’t available, the forms will still work. We’ll just get the results in the named target window instead of having it inserted into the page.


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In building ajax driven apps, one of the things that you have to do is capture form submits, send them to the server, and then handle the results.  In many applications, the results are data, passed as JSON or XML or some other format that the remote service provides.  In other apps, we’re dealing with snippets of HTML that then get placed in the current page somewhere.   I want to be able to handle all forms on the pages, without needing to know in advance how many forms there are, what they are called, what’s in them, or what to do with the results.  I haven’t found a good succinct description of how to do this, so here’s mine using jQuery.  This isn’t rocket science.  Its just pulling together some of jQuery’s nice features.  There are other good ways to do this.