Originally Posted by jdpaul
In the HTML that was provided for me, the name and id are there, *scratching head in puzzlement*
<input name="price1" id="price1" size="8" value="19.95"
tabindex="-1" readonly="readonly" />
Well, as I say, there is little point in assigning an id to a form field (although it does not hurt so long as you have assigned a name as well).
If you are saying that the HTML is not your work but was provided for you (as was the css), then what part of this is
document.orders will not work because the browser is looking for a form with the name
People here are very willing to help you correct/improve the scripts you have written, but are less keen to do the whole thing for you.