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Javascript: Dynamically create new text fields

stevong
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Last Modified: 2012-05-06
Hi everyone,

I wish to dynamically create new textbox/controls when user clicks on a hyperlink. Attached is the javascript that I've used.

But on Non-IE browsers, the values that was key-in the previous textbox will not be retained.

Any ways to over come it?

Please advise.

Thanks
<script language="javascript">
var i = 1;
function addnew()
{
	i++;
	var s = "<div>Contents:<br /><textarea name=\"contents" + i +  "\"></textarea></div>";
	document.getElementById("subbox").innerHTML = document.getElementById("subbox").innerHTML + s;
}
</script>

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