When the page loads, my script is supposed to create new contents for a div with the id of Client_Info if it does not contain any inside it.
var myElement= document.getElementbyID(Client_Info);
//Onload Check if the contents of Client_Info is equal to the value in the parenthesis
//Rewrite the contents with the following values
myElement.innerHTML=="<div id='Display' style='position:relative;width:100%;'>
<img alt='Faces' src='images/Clients/YourFullAd.jpg' id='Gallery' style='position:relative;margin-left:45%;top:10px;' >
<div id='ScopeCap' style='position: relative; margin-left:45%; top:65px;'> </div>
So, break the string up into sub strings, seperated by +.
foo = "bar"; // foo is now set to "bar"
foo == "bar"; // (loose-equals) the answer is true, because the value of foo is equal to "bar".
foo === "bar"; // (equals) the answer is true, because the value of foo is the same as "bar".
So you clearly (to my understanding) meant to use the "=" operator out of the three possibilities above.