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Hi i want to insert a dynamic row inbetween two dynamic rows which have already created by using the addrow button. There is a "+" button in the dynamic row, if click that a new different row should be created inbetween two dynamic rows ? Got it ? please let me know if u have any queries !
<!DOCTYPE HTML PUBLIC "-//W3C//DTD HTML 4.0 Transitional//EN">

<HTML>

 <HEAD>

  <TITLE> New Document </TITLE>

  <META NAME="Generator" CONTENT="EditPlus">

  <META NAME="Author" CONTENT="">

  <META NAME="Keywords" CONTENT="">

  <META NAME="Description" CONTENT="">

 </HEAD>
 

 <BODY>

  <!DOCTYPE HTML PUBLIC "-//W3C//DTD HTML 4.0 Transitional//EN">

<html>

<head>

<title>Dynamic Table</title>

<script language="javascript">

function addSite()

{
 

	var myTable = document.getElementById("myTable");

	var newTR = document.createElement("tr");

	var newName1 = document.createElement("td");

	var newName2 = document.createElement("td");

	var newName3 = document.createElement("td");

	var newName4 = document.createElement("td");

	var newName5 = document.createElement("td");

	var newName6 = document.createElement("td");

	var newName7 = document.createElement("td");

	var newName8 = document.createElement("td");

	var newName9 = document.createElement("td");

	var newName10 = document.createElement("td");

	var newName11 = document.createElement("td");

	

	newName1.innerHTML="<input type='text' name='dynamicSite'>";

	newName2.innerHTML="<a href='resumepage.html'>Site Details</a>";

	newName3.innerHTML="<input type='text' name='dynamicLocation'>";

	newName4.innerHTML="<input type='button' name='dynamicLocationPlus' value=' + ' onclick='addLocation(this.parentNode.parentNode.rowIndex)'>";

	newName5.innerHTML="<input type='text' name='dynamicProduct'>";

	newName6.innerHTML="<input type='button' name='dynamicProductLookup' value=' ^ '>";

	newName7.innerHTML="<input type='button' name='dynamicProductPlus' value=' + '>";

	newName8.innerHTML="<select name='dynamicFee'><option selected='selected'>Setup Fee</option><option>Training Fee</option><option>Misc Fee</option></select>";

	newName9.innerHTML="<input type='button' name='dynamicFeePlus' value=' + '>";

	newName10.innerHTML="<input type='button' name='dynamicFeeSetup' value=' FeeSetup '>";

	newName11.innerHTML="<input type='button'  value=' deleteRow ' onclick='deleteRow(this.parentNode.parentNode.rowIndex)'>";
 

	newTR.appendChild(newName1);

	newTR.appendChild(newName2);

	newTR.appendChild(newName3);

	newTR.appendChild(newName4);

	newTR.appendChild(newName5);

	newTR.appendChild(newName6);

	newTR.appendChild(newName7);

	newTR.appendChild(newName8);

	newTR.appendChild(newName9);

	newTR.appendChild(newName10);

	newTR.appendChild(newName11);

	myTable.appendChild(newTR);

}
 

function addLocation(i){

	alert("adddLocation" +i);

	var myTable = document.getElementById("myTable");

	var newTR = document.createElement("tr");

	var newName1 = document.createElement("td");

	var newName2 = document.createElement("td");

	var newName3 = document.createElement("td");

	var newName4 = document.createElement("td");

	var newName5 = document.createElement("td");

	var newName6 = document.createElement("td");

	var newName7 = document.createElement("td");

	var newName8 = document.createElement("td");
 

	newName1.innerHTML="<input type='text' name='dynamicLocationLocation'>";

	newName2.innerHTML="<input type='text' name='dynamicLocationProduct'>";

	newName3.innerHTML="<input type='button' name='	' value=' ^ '>";

	newName4.innerHTML="<input type='button' name='dynamicLocationProductPlus' value=' + ' >";

	newName5.innerHTML="<select name='dynamicLocationFee'><option selected='selected'>Setup Fee</option><option>Training Fee</option><option>Misc Fee</option></select>";

	newName6.innerHTML="<input type='button' name='dynamicLocationFeePlus' value=' + '>";

	newName7.innerHTML="<input type='button' name='dynamicLocationFeeSetup' value=' FeeSetup '>";

	newName8.innerHTML="<input type='button'  value=' deleteRow ' onclick='deleteRow(this.parentNode.parentNode.rowIndex)'>";

	

	newTR.appendChild(newName1);

	newTR.appendChild(newName2);

	newTR.appendChild(newName3);

	newTR.appendChild(newName4);

	newTR.appendChild(newName5);

	newTR.appendChild(newName6);

	newTR.appendChild(newName7);

	newTR.appendChild(newName8);

	myTable.appendChild(newTR);

}
 

function deleteRow(i){

	alert(i);

   document.getElementById('myTable').deleteRow(i);

}
 

function validate(){

	

	alert("Submit");

}

</script>

</head>

<body>
 

<form name="form">

<table align="right">

	<tr>

		<td><input type="button" value=" addRow " onClick="addSite()"></td>

	</tr>

</table>

<br><br>

<table>

		<tr>

		<td><b>Site</b></td>

		<td><b>Location</b></td>

		<td><b>Product</b></td>

		<td><b>Fee</b></td>

		<td><b>FeeSetup</b></td>

	</tr>

</table>

<br>

<table>

<tbody id='myTable'>

	<tr>

		<td><input type="text" name=site></td>

		<td><a href='resumepage.html'>Site Details</a></td>

		<td><input type="text" name=location></td>

		<td><input type="button" name="locationPlus" value=" + " onclick='addLocation(this.parentNode.parentNode.rowIndex)'></td>

		<td><input type="text" name=product></td>

		<td><input type="button" name="productLookup" value=" ^ "></td>

		<td><input type="button" name="productPlus" value=" + "></td>

		<td><select name="fee" id="fee">

                <option selected="selected">Setup fee</option>

                <option>Training Fee</option>

                <option>Misc Fee</option>

			 </select>

		</td>

		<td><input type="button" name="feePlus" value=" + "></td>

		<td><input type="button" value=" feeSetup "></td>

		<td><input type="button" value=" deleteRow " onclick='deleteRow(this.parentNode.parentNode.rowIndex)'></td>

	</tr>

</tbody>

</table>

<div id="my_div"></div>

<br>

<table align="center">

	<tr>

		<td>

			<input type="submit" value=" Submit " onclick="validate()">

		</td>

	</tr>

</table>

</form>

</body>

</html>

 </body>

</html>

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Question by:Isotropes
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sijishJohn earned 250 total points
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In the javascript method 'addLocation(i)'
 give
myTable.rows(i).appendChild(newTR);

instead of
myTable.appendChild(newTR);

function addLocation(i){

        alert("adddLocation" +i);

        var myTable = document.getElementById("myTable");

        var newTR = document.createElement("tr");

        var newName1 = document.createElement("td");

        var newName2 = document.createElement("td");

        var newName3 = document.createElement("td");

        var newName4 = document.createElement("td");

        var newName5 = document.createElement("td");

        var newName6 = document.createElement("td");

        var newName7 = document.createElement("td");

        var newName8 = document.createElement("td");

 

        newName1.innerHTML="<input type='text' name='dynamicLocationLocation'>";

        newName2.innerHTML="<input type='text' name='dynamicLocationProduct'>";

        newName3.innerHTML="<input type='button' name=' ' value=' ^ '>";

        newName4.innerHTML="<input type='button' name='dynamicLocationProductPlus' value=' + ' onclick='addLocation(this.parentNode.parentNode.rowIndex)' >";

        newName5.innerHTML="<select name='dynamicLocationFee'><option selected='selected'>Setup Fee</option><option>Training Fee</option><option>Misc Fee</option></select>";

        newName6.innerHTML="<input type='button' name='dynamicLocationFeePlus' value=' + '>";

        newName7.innerHTML="<input type='button' name='dynamicLocationFeeSetup' value=' FeeSetup '>";

        newName8.innerHTML="<input type='button'  value=' deleteRow ' onclick='deleteRow(this.parentNode.parentNode.rowIndex)'>";

        

        newTR.appendChild(newName1);

        newTR.appendChild(newName2);

        newTR.appendChild(newName3);

        newTR.appendChild(newName4);

        newTR.appendChild(newName5);

        newTR.appendChild(newName6);

        newTR.appendChild(newName7);

        newTR.appendChild(newName8);

              

        myTable.rows(i).appendChild(newTR);

}

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Thanks john for solving my problem
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