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Posted on 2009-05-15
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The Script below is the code for my Online Form, you'll notice i have links in there linking to another website (Help.pl).. these are linked to anchors.

What i've noticed is, even though i've added them, they don't seem to be appearing on my HTML form: http://biolinux.smith.man.ac.uk/~campus12sm/ORFfinder.pl

two of the links are at the bottom

REFERENCES:
ABOUT:

and should be links

any reason for this?

Thanks
#!/usr/bin/perl -w
# ORFfinder.pl
#
# Perl programme to read in FastA format to find all possible open
# reading frames (ORFS) beginning with ATG and ending with a stop codon,
# TGA, TAA, TAG)
use CGI qw/:standard/;
use CGI::Carp 'fatalsToBrowser';
use strict;
use warnings;
 
use DNALib;
 
my $query = new CGI;
 
 
# First see if program called without params, if so, just display the
# initial form
if(!$query->param()) {
   print header;
   print <<ENDOFHTML;
<form id='form1' name='form1' method='post' action='ORFfinder.pl'
enctype="multipart/form-data">
  <label>Please enter a <a href"Help.pl#fasta">Fasta DNA
Sequence</a>:<br>
    <textarea name='dna-textbox' id='dna-textbox' 'DNA sequence here:'
cols='45' rows='5''DNA sequence here:'></textarea><form id='form1'
name='form1'
method='post'
action='ORFfinder.pl'>
 <p>Or upload a <a href"Help.pl#fasta">DNA Fasta sequence file</a>:
<input type='file'
name='fileupload'/></p> </label>

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left out an =

<a href="<your url here>">   text here </a>

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