I have a registration form that I am working on in which I need to assign a price to each option in a selection box then write that price in the document.
Then I have a radio button that will add (different amounts based on selection) to that price before it is written. Then I have another radio button that just needs to write a price based on its selection. Both of these values will be written and then totaled. (See below for a less confusing explanation)
On HTML form:
>drop down list (name courseName, value of selections 1,2,3,4)
> radio button (name returnStudent, value of selections 1,2)
> radio button (name bookNeeded, value of selections 1,2)
Table (name totalprice) at the bottom of the form:
price1: price of courseName plus returnStudent (td with name tuitionprice)
price2: price of bookNeeded (td with name bookprice)
Total of the above (td with name totalprice)
This is what I am trying to make work...
var selectedCourse = document.onsiteRegistration.courseName.value;
var selectedStudent = document.onsiteRegistration.returnStudent.value;
if (selectedCourse == "1" && selectedStudent =="1")
if (selectedCourse == "1" && selectedStudent =="2")
Then in my HTML I have simply put this to call the function and write it where I need it to be placed. <script>setTuition()</script>
I am trying to find some examples of something like this but all I am coming up with is shopping carts and that is not what I need here. I am fairly confident that I can program the second part (totaling) if I can only get the selections to populate the different prices for me. If someone could point me in the right direction I would be very grateful!