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JS onchange() /onclick() event in Radio button in IE7/6 does not give the desired result

Posted on 2008-10-05
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Hello I am facing a werid JS issue on IE (works on Firefox ).The onchange() event for a Radio button works weirdly for IE where the value is not shown in the first time of onchange() .and the oder is all messed up.

<div id="reservation">
            <p><b>Reservations</b></p>
                    <label><input id="reservation-hourly" onclick="reservationype();" type="radio" name="reservation_type" value="ac"/> AC</label>
                <label><input id="reservation-structured" onclick="reservationType();" type="radio" name="reservation_type" value="nonac"/> Non-AC</label>
           
</div>



function reservationype(){
    var value_type = $('#reservation input[type=radio][name=reservation_type]:checked').val();
    if(value_type == 'ac'){
        $('#ac').show();
        $('#non-ac').hide();
    }
 else if (value_type == 'nonac'){
        $('#non-ac').show();
        $('#ac').hide();
    }
}
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One of these things is not like the other:

onclick="reservationype();
onclick="reservationType();

Looks like you dotted all the "eyes", but missed crossing a "tee" ;-)
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That one and also using the onclick solved the problem.Thanks
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No worries - glad to help.
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