Uploaded the .js file. Now its totally blank.
hmm... maybe add another loop? (trying to talk like a pro lol)
Lol that figures I'll take a look
grrr... another misplaced character....
Ok, got the horseshoes, 4 leaf clovers and leprechauns out and crossing fingers again....
If this doesn't work, perhaps you can create for me access via FTP to just the scripts folder which the valid.js file is in and msg it to me... That way I can run and edit it directly from Dreamweaver and get it running perfectly in like 5-10 minutes with some debugging scripts.
James I agree...I can set one up for you... but hang on... I think this one is working... I'm doing it again to double check.
Can you check from your side as well? (awwww man now I'm getting excited)
Yeah it looks like it's working like a champ! And it doesn't add the inputs till after the form validates, so it won't double it up if they fail validation
I haven't seen it take a while to load yet. It could be DNS routing traffic congestion just for you, or something like that. But it should be fine tomorrow. If not, let me know, and we'll check on the script. But the script should take no more than about a quarter second to run, in addition to your previous script. Anyway, the page doesn't send off and start saying "Waiting for paypal.com...." until after the script is finished, so it's probably not related to the script.
It's most likely network related.
As for the £ problem, that's related to your page is set to UTF-8 charset, and it's misreading the ansii code. In place of all the £ signs in the checkbox labels, use
That should fix the problem. For reference, read this: http://www.ascii.cl/htmlcodes.htm
And I'm glad to see it working! It makes me happy to finally have solved the problem. It's much easier if I can work directly with the server on projects like that, because I can do debugging and stuff so I have to fix it fewer times.
I'll be sure to send you a project if I've got one beyond my expertise! I'm actually working as a graphic designer and learning programming. My best subject was photoshop.
Anyway, thanks for the fun! let me know if you need anything else (especially projects that pay...hehe )
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