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Hi,

I am trying to do something simple in JavaScript. When I hit the submit button on a page I want it to take me to another page and add a query string. Here the code:

location.href = "results1.htm?results=" + correct;

My code works fine with IE and Netscape 7, but doesn't work with Netscape 4.7. I think Netscape 4.7 uses the DOM1. Any ideas on how to fix this?
 
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Man, get away from a 9 year old browser!

window.location.href

Eric
 
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Actually the code: window.location.href is what I originally had, but I took the "window" part off to try and get it to work in DOM1. After taking it off it still worked with DOM2 and DOM3 so I deemed it unnecessary. Anyway my goal is to get the program to work in all DOM's and Netscape 4.7 uses DOM1 (I think).

Any other ideas on how to fix the program?
 
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did you try location.pathname ?
 
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