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Sent by Maija Graham on June 16, 2000 at 12:10:40: - feedback #1375

Worth reading

Too short

Just right

I only noodle around in JS, so the answer to this is probably obvious, but what if you want the user to go to a particular url if none of the radio buttons are selected? ie. click 1 go url 1 click 2 go url 2 click 3 go url 3 if 1,2,3 unchecked then go url 4.

Sent by Michael Funke on October 09, 2000 at 17:46:56: - feedback #1841

Very worth reading

Is there a way to run a script similar to this but use the form action statement to point to an option of 3 different CGI-Script locations?

I'm tryint to put together an E-mail password reset page, however, we have 3 different instances for our E-mail system in 3 totally differnet locations. In order to make this work I have to have the user select from a location and then the location would have the hidden value as either the URL, or a variable that in the Javascript code would point to the URL.

Any ideas?

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