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  1. Harrow fellow campaigners, no idea what is going wrong here. Maybe anybody has a solution: Assume $logged_in being true. check_account_status() not firing. Also tried to change the attribute to onclick, onmousedown etc. The HTML (.php): <div id="wrapper-secondnav" class=""> <ul id="secondnav"> <li><a target="_blank" href="">Stuff</a></li> <li><a href="">Things</a></li> <li><a target="_blank" href="">Somestuff</a></li> <li><a href="">Anything</a></li> <?php if ($logged_in != true) { echo('<li><a id="register">Nooo</a></li>'); } else { echo('<li><a id="register" onload="check_account_status();">Yay</a></li>'); } ?> </ul> </div> And then there is the function in JS: function check_account_status() { alert("I like cookies"); } Thank you very much!
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