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Posted on 2013-06-18
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I am building a site through Yahoo Site builder... they have standard "submit" button. I need that button to direct users to a certain page in my site depending on what value they enter.

For example... when they enter 92691 in the "ZipCode" field, I need that button to direct them to: http://www.travelingswimmers.com/10292691.html.

Can anyone help me to make that happen? I would imagine it is something I write in the "Specify custom behavior" option.

Thanks!
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ugghh... yahoo site builder is tricky because it is limited



In pseudo code, i would do something like

Link to www.example.com/<your variable here>.html

you can achieve this with php and asp, but i think yahoo uses straight html, so i do not think that you can have that happen.


Alternitatevely, you can send it to a search.html page, which takes that info as a variable. then forwards to the correct page
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