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Checking for a specific value

K Robert
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I have this code:


which I have have in an onchange event. I want it to enable a submit button as soon as "TEST" is typed in and I need the submit to remain enabled if "TEST" is in the text box when returning to the page. How do I do this.
Eric Pascarello
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fire the function with the onload event

window.onload = checkSOPassword;

Eric
 
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