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Listbox Navigation by webmigit
Posted: 12 Sep 03

I don't understand a lot of javascript, as matter of fact, this is my first if statement done by myself so.. I'll just give you the code.

<script>
<!--
  function goNav(itid,comp) {
    if(comp == 0) {
      // Do nothing
    } else {
      parent.main.location=itid;
    }
  }
-->
</script>


Your onchange attribute for the list/menu is:

onchange="goNav('vd.html?id='+document.conav.coID.options[document.conav.coID.selectedIndex].value,document.conav.coID.options[document.conav.coID.selectedIndex].value);"

conav is the form name, must be exact case.
coID is the select box name, must be the exact same case.

That's... pretty much it...

You can change the main in parent.main.location to your frame name, if its the same window, change parent.main.location to window.location.

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