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I have some javascript commands I want executed when a user clicks on
an href link.  My code is below.  The code works fine with the first
command, but when I add the second and third commands, nothing

However, if I remove the first command, everything works fine.  But I
need all three statements.  Can anyone see the error in my ways?


<a href=\"javascript:emailvalidation('$email','The E-mail address is
not valid');document.OptOut.action = 'activate.php?type=2&db=$db&ref=
$ref&acronym=$acronym';document.OptOut.submit();\">Click Here</a>

Re: Command Line Question

Well bust mah britches and call me cheeky, on Fri, 21 Sep 2007 13:45:26 GMT scribed:

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Why are you using ie-specific code?  Why do you have backslashes in front
of the quotes?  Why href=javascript and not an onclick event?  Perhaps the
email routine isn't returning properly.

Half lies are worth twice as much as whole lies.

Re: Command Line Question wrote:
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Try to set the javascript to be executed in onclick, see to that the
last thing is false.

set the href to point at the page itself.

As long as you don't have this in a php echo line, skip the backslashes.



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