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Checkbox redirection using JavaScript

How would you design a webpage <form> which contains a "checkbox" that when checked and the 'submit' button is pressed will automatically redirect the user to another webpage??

If the "checkbox" is not checked and the 'submit' button is pressed, then it will not direct user to another webpage.

I want to use JavaScript for this.
Jun 2 '10 #1
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8,658 Expert Mod 8TB
you are aware that this won’t work with JavaScript disabled?

basically, you just need to return the .checked property of that checkbox onsubmit (if checked, submit is executed, otherwise not).
Jun 2 '10 #2
By default is 'JavaScript' turned off on all IE and FireFox webpages?

Thanks for the reply.
Jun 3 '10 #3
8,658 Expert Mod 8TB
that depends on the User. if (s)he uses the NoScript Add-on, (one of the most downloaded Add-ons!), that’s the default action (turning JS off).
Jun 3 '10 #4
Many thanks, excellent advice!
Jun 3 '10 #5

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