I wonder that nobody mention that problem on internet. Hello, I'm having a bit of an issue with onClick(), as I am very new to js and am trying to selfteach in a hurry. Any assistance would be greatly appreciated. You don't write a document in a paragraph. It's just something that you don't normaly do. The" document. write" writes a new document over the previous.
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points to a file within a web site (like An anchor URL points to I think I need to change the document. write to another if then I think I need to say something like. if clicks 3 redirect, else display document. write thank you so much, this is exxxxactly what I need with one exception: when I change the statement by clicking next OnClick previous document.
writes do not dissappear! I need that 'Fees' and 'Fies' to change, overwrite each other. .