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im trying to understand to create a form that process in php but shows the erros in ajax. heres a sample of something i want Click Here, i already understand some jquery but not everything , like when i create a form in html do i had to create a id for each input for the $_post to send to the php page to get process or can i just create a id for the form?

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If you provide an id for each input, they will be easier to target in jQuery. So, it's not required, but will make your coding simpler.

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