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My pageis in  a frame and has a subbmit button, how can I automatically
get this button pushed once the page has loaded?
The idea is I have a frame loaded with hiddens, I want these hiddens to appear in another frame that is really a button area for submitting the hidden data.
regards
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Question by:rickyr
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by:xabi
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Why to click a button? Why don't you make this:

If your button is something like:
<input type="button" value="my button" onclick="do_domething()">
Delete this button and add this to the body tag:
<body .... onload="do_something()">

If this is not what you was looking for just explain your question better.

xabi
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by:knightEknight
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<BODY onLoad='document.nameofmyform.submit();'>
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by:knightEknight
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DOH!  xabi, you are too fast!
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knightEknight earned 50 total points
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I agree, but if clicking the button is really what you want to do:

<BODY onLoad='document.nameofmyform.nameofmysubmitbutton.click();'>

<FORM name='nameofmyform'  ... >
<INPUT type='submit' name='nameofmysubmitbutton'>
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by:xabi
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That's right knightEknight

:)

           xabi
.... as fas as you can see ...
         hehehehe
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by:rickyr
ID: 2601773
Thats what I wanted.
Don't know what I was supposed to do with....
do_something()
Was there supposed to be a function written to hadle this?
Knight's answer was more complete, thanks anyway.
Best Regards
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