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Old May 24th, 2004, 06:57 AM
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Default Javascript question in my ASP code

I have a .JS file that is an arrays page for a menu system being utilized in my ASP page. The following code is one of the menus and its items:

arMenu3 = new Array(
120, //menu width
320, //left
120, //top
"#000000", //font color
"#000000", //font mouseover color
"#EEEEEE", //background color
"#CCCCCC", //background mouseover color
"#999999", //border color
"#999999", //seperator color

"Lab Test Consent Forms","http://zzzzweb018/Legal/consent.htm#5",0,

"Order Book (LAB 202)","/hmfw7/general/lab202.pdf",0,
"Point of Care Protocols","/hmfw7/poc/index.htm",0,

"Release of Body","http://zzzzweb01/hmfw8/HPolicy/602revdofbody.doc",0,

"Specimen Collection","/hmfw7/collections/index.asp",0,
"Transfusion Services","/hmfw7/bbprotocols/index.asp",0

I am needing to check if a user is coming from a particular website in order NOT to show two of the menu items. I tried checking using the document.referrer command however I am not doing something right. What I did is as follows:

if (document.referrer != "http://www.mywebsite.com")
  "Lab Test Consent Forms","http://zzzzweb018/Legal/consent.htm#5",0,

My javascript error showed it was expecting a " ) ". Any direction or help would be appreciated. I do not know what I am doing wrong.

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    if (document.referrer != "http://www.mywebsite.com")
  "Lab Test Consent Forms","http://zzzzweb018/Legal/consent.htm#5",0,

you would be appreciated if you complete that script, or mean us more about these two lines

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This post has already been partially answered here:

Please post replies there. This hardly has to do with ASP anyway.


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Have you thought of using server variables

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