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#18639 - 12/10/02 04:10 AM Javascript Passing Variables
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with Javascript Passing Variables, you can enter your first name in one text box and your last in another, and press enter it'll display on the second page.

Is there a way to keep the input on the second page,because right now it disappears... :rolleyes:

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#18640 - 12/10/02 04:04 PM Re: Javascript Passing Variables
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Are you passing variables between frames or through submission? Also I like to see an example of what you currently have do that I can tell ya how it may be changed.


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#18641 - 12/10/02 09:44 PM Re: Javascript Passing Variables
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First Page Coding
Code:
<FORM METHOD="LINK" ACTION="jspass2.html">

<b>Type your first name:</b> <INPUT TYPE="text" NAME="FirstName" SIZE="10">


<b>Type your last name:</b>  <INPUT TYPE="text" NAME="LastName" SIZE="10">


<INPUT TYPE="submit" VALUE="Click and See">
</FORM>
Second Page: Where displaying name appears
Code:
<FORM NAME="joe">
<INPUT TYPE="hidden" NAME="burns" SIZE="35">
</FORM>


<SCRIPT LANGUAGE="javascript">

var locate = window.location
document.joe.burns.value = locate

var text = document.joe.burns.value

function delineate(str){

theleft = str.indexOf("=") + 1;
theright = str.lastIndexOf("&");
return(str.substring(theleft, theright));
}
document.write("First Name is " +delineate(text));

</SCRIPT>









<SCRIPT LANGUAGE="javascript">

var locate = window.location
document.joe.burns.value = locate

var text = document.joe.burns.value

function delineate2(str){

point = str.lastIndexOf("=");

return(str.substring(point+1,str.length));
}
document.write("Last Name is " +delineate2(text));

</SCRIPT>






<FORM NAME="cow1">
First Name: <INPUT TYPE="text" NAME="boy1">
</FORM>

<SCRIPT LANGUAGE="javascript">

var zork2 = delineate(text)
document.cow1.boy1.value = zork2


</SCRIPT>





<FORM NAME="cow">
Last Name: <INPUT TYPE="text" NAME="boy">
</FORM>

<SCRIPT LANGUAGE="javascript">

var zork = delineate2(text)
document.cow.boy.value = zork


</SCRIPT>

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#18642 - 12/11/02 01:45 AM Re: Javascript Passing Variables
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your data dissappears? wierd stuff man. Is there any way you can link me to a page containing the dissappearing text. That's actually what I meant before. I gotta see the problem before I can diagnose it. I gotta diagnose the problem before I can fix it.


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#18643 - 12/11/02 09:01 PM Re: Javascript Passing Variables
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http://www23.brinkster.com/hackelnegal/jspass.html

I want it so that the input that displays on the second page, stays there, and doesn't go away

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#18644 - 12/11/02 10:28 PM Re: Javascript Passing Variables
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You mean so it stores permanetly? Like if you close the window and go to...

http://www23.brinkster.com/hackelnegal/jspass2.html

it would allways look like?
http://www23.brinkster.com/hackelnegal/jspass2.html?FirstName=32&LastName=erw

I do not know if Java script has the ability to store data to be used at a later date. However you can create the illusion of this with the URL...

see below

http://www23.brinkster.com/hackelnegal/jspass2.html

this is the base URL for page 2

htt p://www23.brinkster.com/hackelnegal/jspass2.html?FirstName=First name here&LastName=Last Name Here

Now you could take that URL and place it in an tage and any time you click that link it would take you to that page populated with this data.

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#18645 - 12/11/02 10:31 PM Re: Javascript Passing Variables
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I dont think Javascript has the ability to do it neither, but I was just wondering, maybe it could and I didn't know about it [smoking]

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#18646 - 12/11/02 11:39 PM Re: Javascript Passing Variables
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Heh, me in the web design forum, who'd of thought it...

The only way I know that javascript can save data to be used at a later date is with a cookie. I'm not sure if you wanna go this way but you can make the first page store a cookie on the user's comp, and have the second page read the info and use it as it sees fit.

Just a thought.

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#18647 - 12/11/02 11:57 PM Re: Javascript Passing Variables
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Nah, I just made my own forum in php instead, lol

Gonna use jaascript bypass when they sign up to check their register information

All I need now, is a damn php host, lol

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