My strength is not java script and with the complex issues of dealing with the Vbulletin interface and then the java script which i do not really understand yet fully I hopeing some good soul will come to my add fast and get me through this.

I do not expect that I will find someone that has the knowelage of vbulletin but I need to be correct java script first but if someone knows Vbulletin i modifyed the calendar_jump which is calendarjump in the templete system.

Here goes the problem is my form is not calling up my java script - even allought the java is not doing anything right now I have dump some idea of what i want to do inside it for clearlty to my idea what i am trying to do!

The point is I need my java script function "process_selected(this.form)" to be called before the submitting of the form in the form of a $_GET to the server.

<script type="text/javascript"> function process_selected(this.form) {



<form action="calendar.php" method="get">

<div class="smallfont" style="text-align:$stylevar; white-space:nowrap">

            <input type="hidden" name="s" value="$session[sessionhash]" />

            <input type="hidden" name="month" value="$month" />

            <input type="hidden" name="year" value="$year" />

            <input type="hidden" name="do" value="$docalendar" />

        <strong>$vbphrase[Lodge_Calendar]</strong><br />

        <select name="c" >

                <optgroup label="$vbphrase[please_select_one]">



        <input type="hidden" name="me" value='2'" />


          <input type="submit" class="button" value="$vbphrase[go]" onclick="process_selected(this.form)" <br />



Please review the posting above and tell me what i am doing wrong to have the handshaking between my form and the java script WHY IS IT NOT BEING CALLED.


Frank H. Shaw

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Last Post by essential

The first thing that you must do is give your form's a unique id(s) which you will be needing to call your form(s) in a javascript function's.

<title>demo</title><script type="text/javascript">
function submitForm() {
if (document.all) {
document.forms['myform'].submit(); }
else { document.getElementById('myform').submit(); } }
 // which "myform" is the given id in your form.
<form id="myform" action="calendar.php" method="get">
<input type="text" name="txt" id="txt" /> <button name="btn" id="btn" onclick="submitForm();">Submit</button>
<div><p>Another way to submit a form using a hyperlink <a href="javascript:submitForm();">Sumbit</a></p></div>

This is just an example of how to submit a form w/o using a submit button. Hope you find this usefull...

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