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can't use UshopJSI.class

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can't use UshopJSI.class
Author wchin on 05-29-2003 at 23:00 (EST)
Dear Sirs,
please check my page at http://www.coolthingsforthehome.com/granite/granite.htm. I can't get the "add to shopping cart" button to work. I tried to use your advice from previous postings but only the first shopping cart button works and the rest don't Please help!

Also, see this line:

onclick="addTIS();return false;"
href="">


Where should the "href" point to?

Thanks,

Warren Chin
wchin@pol.net
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  RE: can't use UshopJSI.class Bill Weiner, 2003-05-30 05:53:16 (1)

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         1. RE: can't use UshopJSI.class
        Author Bill Weiner on 05-30-2003 at 05:53 (EST)

1) In your addTISSaz() function, you are still using:

document.TISaz.select.options[document.TISaz.select.selectedIndex].value

and

document.TIS.quantity.value

Rather than:

document.TISaz.select2.options[document.TISaz.select2.selectedIndex].value

and

document.TISaz.quantity2.value

2) In your addTISbb() function, you are still using:

document.TISbb.select.options[document.TIS.select.selectedIndex].value

and

document.TISbb.quantity.value

Rather than:

document.TISbb.select4.options[document.TIS.select4.selectedIndex].value

and

document.TISbb.quantity4.value


In other words, go through your functions and forms and make sure the "select" and "quantity" field names match accordingly.

As for the href="" in the onClick function, you should leave that as-is (just leave it set to "").
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