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Posted on 2004-10-08
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Is there any way to find out a specific reference to an object in DreamWeaver?  I come from an extensive FoxPro back ground and in Fox, you can right click on your program and tell it to insert a reference from an object on your screen.  Here's an example:

<form name="fred">
bla
bla
bla
<span>
<input type="radiobutton" name="rbtn" value="a">
<input type="radiobutton" name="rbtn" value="b">
<input type="radiobutton" name="rbtn" value="c">
</span>
</form>

Now, I want to know the specific reference to the second radio button on this form.  Any way to do it or can someone take me to the place I can find out.  What I want to do is reference it like this:

<input type="button" name="whatever" onclick="javascript:document.fred.radiobutton[2].click()">

Thanks in advance.
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Question by:bryanhurl
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I am not exactly sure what your end goal is. But, that won't stop me from guessing.

Make a blank "debugging" page (a blank html page), and add this code to it:

<script language="javascript">
      function whichIsSelected() {
            if( document.fred.rbtn[0].checked ) document.fred.output.value = document.fred.rbtn[0].value;
            if( document.fred.rbtn[1].checked ) document.fred.output.value = document.fred.rbtn[1].value;
            if( document.fred.rbtn[2].checked ) document.fred.output.value = document.fred.rbtn[2].value;
      }
</script>

<form name="fred">

<input type="radio" name="rbtn" value="a" checked />A<br />
<input type="radio" name="rbtn" value="b" onClick="document.fred.rbtn[2].checked = true" />B<br />
<input type="radio" name="rbtn" value="c" />C<br />

<br />

<input type="text" name="output" value="" />

<br /><br />

<input type="button" value="Click Me" onClick="document.fred.output.value = document.fred.rbtn[2].value" />
<input type="button" value="Hit Me" onClick="document.fred.rbtn[1].checked = true" />
<input type="button" value="Whack Me" onClick="document.fred.output.value = document.fred.rbtn.value" />
<input type="button" value="Check it" onClick="whichIsSelected()" />
<input type="button" value="Call it" onClick="document.fred.rbtn[1].click()" />

</form>

Just mess around with this code for a while, and I think you will see how the stuff interacts with one another.

I would give you a more clear & concise answer, but I really don't know that much about Javascript. Your question actually made me want to find out more of its usages; that is why this example code has so many different functionalities. One of the most interesting things, with the above code, is when you press the 'Whack Me' button. The value that is returned to the output text box is 'undefined'; which must have some pretty interesting implications that I do not yet understand.

HTH

Steven
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