Frank [ April 20, 2007: Message edited by: Bear Bibeault ]
May I ask a question? I guess that the %% parts indicate that you're using ASP? Is that right? Server side processing?
If you're trying to fetch information within the page and put it somewhere else in the page, why would you use server-side processes? Does the information also need to be recorded somewhere on the server?
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Joined: May 17, 2002
No i dont use ASP, the %% is call something to url encoding, soo dont look at this part i get my alerts, so the script is running, i dont get the last alert....
SO what is wrong, i need to get the id, then i want to save the id in the form, i need the field, later when i submit tho form !
Next bad idea: what are you trying to do with this?
You are assigning an element as the value of the field. Eh?
Roger F. Gay
Joined: Feb 16, 2007
"this" doesn't provide the element id does it?
Perhaps a little more of the code might help to provide a little more context: the element with an id ...