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Old January 18th, 2006, 08:20 PM
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Default alternate method of using MapQuest

I am having a time trying to find a solution to my problem. Trying to create a form that allows user to enter a "From" location and selecting one of 4 different "To" locations. Mapquest basic code requires that the form fields id's start with either 1 or a 2, so I cannot create Javascript to populate the hidden fields based on a radio button (id values must start with alphabet). Another option would be to build the info into a string and then submit to MapQuest (needs to be a new window), but I have yet been able to uncover a method to accomplish this task without the form submitting the field names and ignoring my string.

Here is the link to MapQuest on how to link:

txtFromLoc = txtFromLoc+"&1a="+fromAddr+"&1c="+fromCity+"&1s="+ document.frmDir.txtState.value+"&1z="+document.frm Dir.txtZip.value+"&1y=US"+txtToLoc;

document.frmDir.action= txtFromLoc;

<form onSubmit="return runMapQuest();" target="_blank" name="frmDir" >
<input type="hidden" name="go" value="1">
<div align="left">

Any thoughts?

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