Scott_Archer - 2:24 pm on Oct 12, 2012 (gmt 0)
I guess I am not explaining the problem very well, and I apologize for that. My challenge is that I am over my head a bit here so I am not be using the right terms.
I have managed to put together an order page where the math is being handled by Java.
Ultimately I end up with to sums at the bottom of the page. These two sums need to be transferred to my PayPal merchant account in a specific <a href> of their creation.
and it looks like this:
So I need to break this up into five elements and reassembly it with COST-ONE & COST-TWO replaced in the string with my two java values - which are expressed as:
<input name="Text22" id="text22" type="text" value="$" readonly="readonly">
<input name="Text23" id="text23" type="text" value="$" readonly="readonly">
So you see I cant just have an anchor with a +n+ that tags onto the end.
If I use
var na = document.getElementById("text22").value;
I don't get the whole string I need.
I cant seem to find anything on line as an example of this type of assemblyman and so I am stuck. I am not a scriptwriter just a good mimic,and can't find examples to work from.
Can you help?