javascript - Ajax works only on first id submitted (with php from db)


I'm developing an editor for navigation bar , to can reorder them , edit them and things like this. I made the part of sortable in ajax , but I got stuck at the submit function .

I want to change the name-viewed immediatly when i press the save button , and it works! , but only for my first placed navbar . At the second and third (in this example) , ajax won't work only If i replace them into the position one . maybe I can get some help from you guys , thanks in advance

Down here I will provide you my relevant codes for this part , and a screenshot at the end

ajax code


        var navData = $(this).serializeArray();
        var navLabel = $('input[name=label]').val();
        var navID = $('input[name=id]').val();


            url: "ajax/nav-form.php",
            type: "POST",
            data: navData




calling the alert method for navLabel and navID , i observed that they call only the first positioned item (even if i'm trying to edit the second or third navbar) , doesn't matter which one is it , if it's first placed




}); // END document.ready();

the relevant php/html codes

<ul id="sort-nav" >


    $q = "SELECT * FROM navigation ORDER BY position ASC";
    $r = mysqli_query($dbc, $q);

    while ($list = mysqli_fetch_assoc($r)) { ?>

      <li id="list_<?php echo $list['id']; ?>" >

Form here i call the id in ajax

                <a id="label_<?php echo $list['id']; ?>">
                    <?php echo $list['label']; ?>

        <button data-toggle="collapse" data-target="#form_<?php echo $list['id']; ?>"><i ></i></button>

        <div id="form_<?php echo $list['id']; ?>" >

          <form action="index.php?page=navigation&id=<?php echo $list['id']; ?>" method="post" role="form">

this part of code I've erased because it's irelevant

<button type="submit" >Save</button>
            <input type="hidden" name="submitted" value="1">

            <input type="hidden" name="openedid" value="<?php echo $list['id']; ?>">


    <?php } ?>

enter image description here hope I dind't gave you headaches with my bad english




Delegate the submit event so event listener isn't lost when the element gets moved

     // your same existing code

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