Originally Posted by Rowsdower!
Ok, that's good that you have error reporting up for this step. And $_GET vs. $_POST is really not relevant in terms of making this script functional. If you want to adjust that later on you can, but it certainly isn't necessary.
Also, you may have missed it but I updated my last post to say that your ajax.php file is generating a 500 Internal Server Error response code and thus the script is not running for us.
Response status 500 errors (in my experience) usually are a result of invalid .htaccess changes. Have you been adjusting anything in your .htaccess files? Or are you not seeing the 500 error on your end? Because I sure as heck am seeing it here when I check my http headers...
There won't be anything more I can do to help until the ajax.php page is running again and returning output other than error headers.
I won't be available to post back here for about an hour anyway, so this is good timing for you to get that sorted out while I'm gone...
Ok, I fixed the error, thanks!
See my post above, I edited it.