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Posted on 20-09-07 05:18
Its been a while since ive a edited a form. i do not recall the command via the URL. heres what i got... plz tell me if i am anywhere close.

Javascript:void(document.form_x="xxxxx"Wink

like i said its been a while. any help would be appriciated.


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Posted on 20-09-07 05:22
ehh that looks basically right to me.. if you're using Fx i would suggest webdeveloper, it'll allow you to edit the forms easier than manual javascript.
but yea. void(document.forms[].to.value="newvalue"Wink is how to do it i believe.


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Posted on 20-09-07 05:30
sweet. thx bro.


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Posted on 20-09-07 05:43
one more thing... plz forgive my ignorance but like i said its been a while. where it says to.value . what do i put there. plz dont flame to hard.


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Posted on 20-09-07 05:58
you do it like this:

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javascript:void(document.forms[index].inputname.value = "your value here");




so you would only use "to" if you had a form named "to", like <input ... name="to">. the index is 0 if it's the first form, 1 for the second, etc, or (I think) you can just use the name of the form.


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Posted on 20-09-07 06:00
hehe still best bet though is gonna be that web developer, Inline javascript can get really complicated quickly if you don't know exactly what you're doing.