Originally Posted by rdspoons
You need to watch out for overwriting your dynamic srcripts when you use .innerHTML.
The DOM can be used to add the break, instead of using innerHTML, and it will avoid overwrite issues:
In place of...
document.getElementById("lstValues").innerHTML = document.getElementById("lstValues").innerHTML + "<br>";
You can use...
lol -- well that would have certainly been easier than the workaround I put in place. Will have to change my code to use what you just gave. I've been out of the loop for many years, so some of my programming methods/styles are severely antiquated. I can make it do what I want, but it ain't pretty. Thanks for the help.