I have an external javascript file (calculate.js) which calculates the price of a product, based on a users preferences in a form (dropdowns, radio buttons etc). The script then displays the price on the page (index.html) using:

document.getElementById("price").innerHTML = price;

Once the user has finished making their choices, they then click the forms submit button (method="post") to be taken to a confirmation page (confirm.php).

Here, I can display the users preferences using php code like:

<?php echo $_POST['size'] ?>
<?php echo $_POST['color'] ?>
etc, etc...

But I'm not sure how to pass the price over!!!!

The preferences come from the form and are picked up with php.
But the price is calculated with javascript! How do I send it to confirm.php?

Can I add a hidden input to index.html with the value set as the javascript variable called price? If so, what syntax do I use for this? I have tried

document.write('<input type="hidden" name="quote" value="'price'" ?>" />')

and some other stuff too, but I still can't get it to work!

Or do I pass the value in the url, like confirm.php?Quote='price'?
Again, what is the syntax, as I can't seem to get it to work?

Any help would be great. Thanks.

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