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  1. Ok, so I have 4 combo boxes with $Year, $Month, $Type, $extension to create file name of URL. http://www.myOrg.Org/Articles/$Month + $Year + MyOrg + $Type . $extension This is what I have (doing only 1 variable - Year). <form> Select the year: <select id="mySelect"> <option>2018</option> <option>2017</option> <option>2016</option> <option>2015</option> </select> Select the month: <select id="mySelect1"> <option>January</option> <option>February</option> <option>March</option> <option>April</option> <option>May</option> <option>June</option> <option>July</option> <option>August</option> <option>September</option> <option>October</option> <option>November</option> <option>December</option> </select> Select Article or Calendar: <select id="mySelect2"> <option>Article</option> <option>Calendar</option> </select> Select PDF, Word or Webpage: <select id="mySelect3"> <option>pdf</option> <option>doc</option> <option>htm</option> </select> <br><br> <input type="button" onclick="myFunction()" value="Click Me!"> </form> <a id="myLink" href="http://www.myOrg.org/Article/April 2018 myOrg.pdf">Current Article</a> <script> function myFunction() { var obj = document.getElementById("mySelect"); var obj1 = document.getElementById("mySelect1"); var obj2 = document.getElementById("mySelect2"); var obj3 = document.getElementById("mySelect3"); document.getElementById("myLink").innerHTML = "New Link"; document.getElementById("myLink").href = "http://www.myOrg.org/Article/" + obj1.options[obj1.selectedIndex].text + " " + obj.options[obj.selectedIndex].text + " " + obj2.options[obj2.selectedIndex].text + "." + obj3.options[obj3.selectedIndex].text; document.getElementById("myLink").target = "_blank"; } </script> Works but now I want to have some if then statements. Instead of pdf, doc and htm I want to show PDF File, Word Document and Webpage but when it inserts it into the address is needs to be pdf, doc and htm. But if Calendar is selected it needs to be docx not doc. So....kinda stuck at this point.
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