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Having trouble with a javascript assignment

Tony Lavalle
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Joined: Jan 18, 2005
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I hope this is the right spot. i have a small app that seems to be not working. My toggle button isn't changing on multiple clicks my test button doesn't seem to go into the function and test. if someone could look at and point me in the right way i would appreciate it. Yes i am in school and this is an assignment i am stuck with these sections.
Paul Clapham

Joined: Oct 14, 2005
Posts: 19693

Yup, that does look like Javascript to me. And I don't see anything which has anything to do with applets at all. So I think it would be best to move it to our forum where Javascript questions are discussed.

And it would help if you could edit the post and put your code (HTML and Javascript both) inside the "code" tags. Otherwise the forum software tends to treat it as markup or do other confusing things to it.

Oh, and you might also want to edit the post to provide a useful subject. Right now the subject contains no information at all -- why would anybody want to read it?
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Paul Clapham

Joined: Oct 14, 2005
Posts: 19693

It looks like there's a typo here:

But I can't understand your question. Are you saying the "boundries" function is not being called? (I'm not clear on what it means for a button to go into a function.) Anyway you could clearly test that with a simple alert call, so perhaps that wasn't the question.
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