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Recognizing a Form

samuel marin
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Recognizing a Form
I had created a form as follow:





I had identified the form with and id: myform.setAttribute("id","formIS");


Now I would like to identify my form to apply an IF instruction: something like:




I tried all the following options and none worked. Does anyone knows why?






I also tried to debug the code and this is what I see when I put the mouse over myform --> formis#formIS

Thanks you very much
Eric Pascarello
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What element is this? myform=document.createElement("formIS"); I have never seen that type of HTML element.


myform=document.getElementById("formIS"); getElementById returns an object, how can you compare it to a string?

Eric
 
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