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    Multiple Links - Next Button

    For some reason for the life of me I can't figure this out and posting on the forms is my last results.

    I'm trying to create something like this http://powerpetsplus.site88.net/guides/clicker.php

    You will see on top I'm trying to get a next button that will go to a new page. The url is something like petid1 and clicking next will go to petid2 and so on. (it's the end URL) example http://www.petadoptworld.com/pages/petpage.asp?PETID1 and I need it to go to http://www.petadoptworld.com/pages/petpage.asp?PETID2 and so on.

    I was able to do this with a help of a friend: http://o.aolcdn.com/hss/storage/fss/...test_next.html

    but for it to work we have to click the button then the link on top.

    What are we doing wrong?

    This is the coding I'm using now.

    <div id="test">


    <input type="button" onclick="update();" value="Click me for the next pet">
    - <a id="test_link" href="http://www.petadoptworld.com/pages/petpage.asp?petid=1">
    Click Me

    <input id="previous" type="hidden" value="1"><br>



    <script type="text/javascript">

    function update()


    var t1 = document.getElementById('test_link');

    var v1 = document.getElementById('previous');

    t1.href= "http://www.petadoptworld.com/pages/petpage.asp?petid=" + (parseInt(v1.value) + 1);

    v1.value = (parseInt(v1.value) + 1);



    I'm also trying to figure it out since 8000 are needed if the page is refreshed it remembers what one they are on.

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    Quote Originally Posted by iBall View Post
    Doesn't look like the page in your link is safe. I get the attached warning message.
    No warning message from Avast or Malwarebytes.

    Your code has no closing </a> tag.

    But when you redirect to a new page the current page is wiped out, and when it is reloaded the count restarts at 1.
    Last edited by Philip M; 05-01-2012 at 02:18 PM.

    All the code given in this post has been tested and is intended to address the question asked.
    Unless stated otherwise it is not just a demonstration.


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