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View JavaScript Function OnClick

View JavaScript Function OnClick

View JavaScript Function OnClick

Our seat maps are currently designed to take users to a screen where they can select a seat they want and from there, purchase a ticket. Using the same page, I added a query string that is set for users who want to view the seat maps only and not actually purchase a ticket. Here is the query string I created, you will notice the features I want to disable when they are in "ViewOnly Mode":

CODE --> c#

Mode = Request.QueryString["Mode"];
if (Mode == "ViewOnly")
SelectPerformanceBlock.Visible = false;
QueueBlock.Visible = false;
MaximumTixBlock.Visible = false;
LegendHeaderBlock.Visible = false; 

I want to include a function after users selected their zone, send them to a page that shows the view from their selected seat. This "view from seat" feature is currently enabled on the page but can only be accessed if users manually click the link. The view from seat feature uses an OnClick function and is written in java-script.

My question is how can I enable the "view from seat" function to automatically be displayed when users are in ViewOnly Mode? I've attached my working files. Thank u in advance.

RE: View JavaScript Function OnClick

You'll need to craft a similar function and call it from your on load.
This uses jQuery, but you could do something similar with .getElementByID.

function forceClientClick() {
var Link = '#myID_' + CurrentID.toString();


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