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Posted on 1998-08-13
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This is off the MSDN:
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<CENTER>  
<P>  
<H2>Hello, world sample</H2>  
<INPUT TYPE=BUTTON VALUE="Click me" NAME="BtnHello">
</CENTER>
<SCRIPT LANGUAGE="VBScript">
<!--   Sub BtnHello_OnClick
      MsgBox "Hello, world!", 0, "My first active document"   End Sub-->
</SCRIPT>
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I cut and pasted this in and the OnClick doesn't run when
the button is pressed.Also, when IE first opens the page, the msgbox comes up... so it steps right through the code with no user input.
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Question by:ds1964
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ds1964,
   Try this code instead...
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<HTML>
<HEAD>
<TITLE> TrEaSoN'S Hello World Example! </TITLE>
<SCRIPT LANGUAGE = "VBScript">
<!--
    Sub cmdHello_OnClick()
       MsgBox "Hello, World!"
    End sub
-->
</SCRIPT>
</HEAD>
<BODY BGCOLOR = "White">
<FORM>
<INPUT TYPE = "BUTTON" NAME = "cmdHello" VALUE = "Click Me!">
</FORM>
</BODY>
</HTML>
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If you have any further questions, just let me know.
-TrEaSoN-
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