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  • HaydenJW
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Hello everyone,

I've done some searching on the forum but I haven't been able to find anything that answers this question:

Is it possible through JavaScript to make a form made up of 3 drop-down inputs that each subsequent inputs is based off the input of the prior. I would like to have users be able to select the year of the automobile they are looking for; then, have the list of all makes available in that year; then, all the makes from that Year and Make. Then, submission will be sent to an ASP server, eventually getting them to a page for that specific car.

Thanks in advance,
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  • mk27
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Of course. You can check the value of an element:
Code: [ Select ]

And work from there.

You may want to look here:

http://www.javascript-coder.com/javascr ... t-form.htm
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Here is a sample that you could use to learn, or just use.

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I have done this before ... not with cars, but something similar ... I used jQuery's ajax calls to call in data from a database dynamically into a form ... http://www.jquery.com

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