troubleshooting Question

No error, but no value. Why?

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Bruce GustFlag for United States of America asked on
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Here's my code:

<div id="helper" style="display:none;"></div>
<input id="ord_reviewOrder_submit" type="button" class="btn_base btn_green_60" value="Submit" onclick="$('#ord_reviewOrderError').slideUp().html('');
       if($('#ord_deliveryMethod').val().length == 0 || $('#ord_deliveryCost').val().length == 0)
       var amount = $('#helper').val();
       $('#ord_reviewOrderError').append('A delivery method must be selected to process the order.<br/>');
       [b]$('#ord_reviewOrderError').append('$('#helper).val()');[/b]

What you're looking at is a part of a page that I'm being asked to troubleshoot.

The solution I'm trying to engineer will be looking for the value the API is going to be putting in the "helper" div.

Ultimately, I want to be able to evaluate that value, but for now I'm just trying to reproduce it and I can't get it to show up in the line that I have in bold.

There's no error, but there's no value either.

When I look at the source code, I can see this:

[code]<div id="helper">1000</div>

But I won't see "1000" in the "ord_reviewOrderError" div which is located toward the bottom of the page.

No error, but no value.

What am I missing?
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