troubleshooting Question

Display HTML instead of Alert

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Hi

I have some code which displays an alert if Cookies are disabled. how can i modify this so that it displays an message in a label or in a <p> tag

E.g if cookies disbaled, show the below:

<p>Please Enabled Cookes...</p>

Thanks in advanced


<script language="JavaScript">
<!--
function cc()
{
 /* check for a cookie */
  if (document.cookie == "") 
  {
    /* if a cookie is not found - alert user -
     change cookieexists field value to false */
    alert("COOKIES need to be enabled!");
 
    /* If the user has Cookies disabled an alert will let him know 
        that cookies need to be enabled to log on.*/ 
 
    document.Form1.cookieexists.value ="false"  
  } else {
   /* this sets the value to true and nothing else will happen,
       the user will be able to log on*/
    document.Form1.cookieexists.value ="true"
  }
}
 
/* Set a cookie to be sure that one exists.
   Note that this is outside the function*/
document.cookie = 'killme' + escape('nothing')
// -->
</script>
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