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ryanlum
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hey..i tried it already...but it doesn't seem to be working... i don't know why......any idea??must you add it into a form???anywayz.. i try adding it into a form.. but it still doesn't work...i am using a submit button.. is that right? there are several different meanings for buttons?can anyone pass me a full sample code?thx...

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Whats the difference between the button type "submit" and "button"?I can't seem to find the difference.......i got a very wierd problem... i tried this onclick="location.href='hello.jsp'"/> it works when I created a dummy script for it, but when i ported the command to my scripts... it doesn't seem to work. Any ideas?

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?this is how i want the website to work... i got 2 pages button A and B.. in page A there is a button linking to page B. i just want to direct the user from page A to page B.. without passing any values...both of the pages are in the same directory... so i was thinking of using the onclick button... for the button in page A

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but i do not want to point it to a webpage...
The point he's trying to make, is that if you first try to link to something like google.com, or for example http://www.w3schools.com, and see if that works. Because if that works, there's something wrong with how you referred to your file in the href=""
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