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If I take the alert away it just skip the loop and continues. Have no clue way maybe I missed something but nothing I can see.

<?php	include "../dbconnect.php";		function managegroups($table, $type, $object_id){		$id = md5($table.$type.$object_id.rand(0000,9999));				echo "<div id=\"".$id."\">";			echo "<div class=\"items\">";				$select = mysql_query("SELECT * FROM groups");				while($row = mysql_fetch_assoc($select)){				?>					<div onclick="addgroup('<?php echo $id;?>', '<?php echo $row['g_id'];?>', '<?php echo $row['name'];?>');" class="item1"><?php echo $row['name']?></div>				<?php				}			echo "</div>";			echo "<div class=\"selecteditems\">";				$select = mysql_query("SELECT * FROM $table WHERE type='$type' and object_id='$object_id'");				while($row = mysql_fetch_assoc($select)){					$g_id = $row['g_id'];					$select2 = mysql_query("SELECT * FROM groups WHERE g_id='$g_id'");					while($row2 = mysql_fetch_assoc($select2)){					?>						<div class="item1">							<?php echo $row2['name']?>							<input type="hidden" class="hello" value="<?php echo $g_id?>" />						</div>					<?php					}				}			echo "</div>";		echo "</div>";	}?><!DOCTYPE html>	<head>		<style type="text/css">			.item1 {				float: left;				margin: 5px;				padding: 5px;				width: 110px;				text-align: center;				cursor: pointer;				border: 1px solid #000;				background: #888;			}						.items {				float: left;				width: 150px;				height: 100px;				overflow: auto;				border: 1px solid #000;			}						.selecteditems {				float: left;				margin-left: 10px;				width: 420px;				height: 100px;				overflow: auto;				border: 1px solid;			}					</style>				<script type="text/javascript">			function addgroup(objectid, objectgid, objectname){								var main = document.getElementById(objectid);				var allDivs = main.getElementsByTagName('div');								var i = 0;				for(i=0; i < allDivs.length; i++){					if(allDivs[i].className == "selecteditems"){						var state = false;						var cl = 0;						var listallDivs = allDivs[i].getElementsByTagName('div');						alert("start"); //OK						for(cl=0; cl < listallDivs.length; cl++){							alert("loop"); //OK							var li = 0;							var myinputs = listallDivs[cl].getElementsByTagName('input');							alert(myinputs.length); // 1 OK							//alert(myinput[0].value); //Stops script HERE!							for(li=0; li < myinputs.lenght; li++){								alert(myinput[li].value);								if(myinput[li].value == objectgid){									state = true;								}							}						}						alert("end");						if(state == false){							allDivs[i].innerHTML += "<div class=\"item1\">"+objectname+"<input type=\"hidden\" value=\""+objectgid+"\" /></div>";						}					}				}			}		</script>	</head>	<body>		<?php			managegroups("paragraph_groups", "1", "84");		?>	</body></html>

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Well, you seem to have gotten confused as to whether your variable is called myinputs or myinput:

var myinputs = listallDivs[cl].getElementsByTagName('input');alert(myinputs.length); // 1 OK//alert(myinput[0].value); //Stops script HERE!

Also, you've spelled "length" wrong here:

for(li=0; li < myinputs.lenght; li++){

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Well, you seem to have gotten confused as to whether your variable is called myinputs or myinput:
var myinputs = listallDivs[cl].getElementsByTagName('input');alert(myinputs.length); // 1 OK//alert(myinput[0].value); //Stops script HERE!

Also, you've spelled "length" wrong here:

for(li=0; li < myinputs.lenght; li++){

Ow! didn't see what :) btw I need a code for delete a div and all I can find is removeChild but I want to use this.remove or something like what.
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removeChild is the right way, unless you want to modify the innerHTML of the parent. Is there any specific reason why you need the function to be a member of the to-be-removed division? You can get an element's parent using the parentNode property.

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removeChild is the right way, unless you want to modify the innerHTML of the parent. Is there any specific reason why you need the function to be a member of the to-be-removed division? You can get an element's parent using the parentNode property.
Well I want to remove my button..
<div onclick="deletegroup(this);">Button</div>

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