yeah, I understood that but I don't know how to use the url object, I'm really new to programming, I've only been looking at java script for a few days. The way that I've tried is like this : document.write = ('<a class="type1">' + url.mfa + '</a>'); its not working so I'm wondering what to do. >:~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ >: From: Oliver Lockwood >: >: cheers for that but I don't know how to use >: a url "scope" ro recall the values so I'm >: still suck!! How do I do this? >:~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ > >i gave an example of how to access them. all the variables in the >query-string are available as properties of a url object. so, you've got a >url like this: > >brotherb.html?mfa=asdf&mfb=asdf&mfc=asdf&ffa=asdf > >using this script, it will create a url object with the properties: mfa, >mfb, mfc, and ffa. you can access the values of these properties through >the url object, like this: > >url.mfa >url.mfb >url.mfc >url.ffa > >make more sense? > >good luck, > >.jeff > >http://evolt.org/ >jeff at members.evolt.org >http://members.evolt.org/jeff/ > > > >--------------------------------------- >For unsubscribe and other options, including >the Tip Harvester and archive of TheList go to: >http://lists.evolt.org Workers of the Web, evolt ! _________________________________________________________________________ Get Your Private, Free E-mail from MSN Hotmail at http://www.hotmail.com.