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javascript help for newbe

ken hatch
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Joined: Jul 30, 2006
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Not a programmer by anymeans, but I found this javascript, tweaked it and it works. Now, what I want to do is add one more effect to it. The script is talking to mysql database via asp. It populates the main category selectbox and when a choice is made on the main catagory selectbox, it populates the subcatagory select box with the subcatagories that belong to the chosen main catagory... all of this is working just fine, now what I need to do, is duplicate the effect that the main cat has on the subcat to subcat2. So, subcat and subcat2 react the exact same way when a cat is choosen. I hope this is clear.

so, here is what I have:

**Edited** javaranch had a problem with me posting my code, please follow the url below

Go to http://www.dulldart.com/help.html to view my code.

thanks in advance.
Bear Bibeault
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This forum is for questions on Java, not Javascript. I've moved this to the HTML/Javascript forum for you.
[ July 30, 2006: Message edited by: Bear Bibeault ]

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