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    How do I put this exact form/calculator into a similar page

    http://www.prophetdatasystems.com.au/regent/FeeCalc.asp

    I have built a very similar webpage, to the one above. I now wish to add the exact fee calculator into my page, but dont know how to, as I suspect it is looking for another page thats not visible..........I think Is there some javascript I can place into my page that will work exactly as the one on the page above does. I have viewed the source and copied it into my page, but alas it didnt work.

    Can anyone help me please.

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    It won't work because its not JavaScript it calculates through ASP so the code isn't visible. Its not submitting it to a new page or anything its just running the variables throuhg the ASP coding to come up with the calculation, the answer isn't showing up for you because you don't have the same ASP code on your page. You could definetly make one in JavaScript, but you'd have to find out all the variables and stuff to make it work.
    I'm only telling you how I would do it, not how its supposed to be done. ;)

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    Quote Originally Posted by boxxer03
    It won't work because its not JavaScript it calculates through ASP so the code isn't visible. Its not submitting it to a new page or anything its just running the variables throuhg the ASP coding to come up with the calculation, the answer isn't showing up for you because you don't have the same ASP code on your page. You could definetly make one in JavaScript, but you'd have to find out all the variables and stuff to make it work.
    Thanks for the reply, I have no idea how to make one in javascript, I will have to get my head around some reading. Thanks again.

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    Making it wouldn't be hard. But you'd have to figure out all the variable like how much to add to what if it's there first house, or whatever, ya know? Then after you figure that out all the basic calculating would be easy to make.
    I'm only telling you how I would do it, not how its supposed to be done. ;)


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