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    I came across this free javascript mortgage calculator which I'd like to use. But it doesn't work. If you try the demo you'll see. I know there are lots of other mortgage calcs around but this one is just right for what I need. I've no javascript writing experience (though I'd like to learn one day). Can anyone tell me how to get this to work. Is there a simple solution, maybe a tiny piece of code missing somewhere?

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    Post a copy of the script so we can see what's wrong!

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    Duh ...... It would help wouldn't it <IMG src=http://www.abestweb.com/smilies/blush.gif>
    http://pbc.bhcom1.com/usenet/calcsci...Calculator.htm

    If you use the demo link on that page you'll that the calculator appears OK but when you enter some data and click on the calculator button nothing happens.

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    Hmmmm, I tried the script - it doesn't work in IE BUT it does in Netscape! Seems like it's written with some Netscape bugs in it.

    I can't figure out what's the problem that it doesn't work in IE. Sorry, mate [img]/infopop/emoticons/icon_frown.gif[/img]

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    hi,
    I've got exactly what your looking for on my site. So i just took out the other html code and made it simpler for you.
    Just make a view source on Your Loan/Mortgage Calculator
    and feel free to use the script. Make sure you delete the code after the html tags as they are generated by the geocities server [img]/infopop/emoticons/icon_wink.gif[/img]

    Regards
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    C4 - no problem. Thanks for looking anyway and for the info that it works in Netscape.

    TGO - thanks for the offer but its not the type of calc I'm looking for. I've already got a loan calculator. The other non-working one would fit neatly into my website and it also includes a deposit field, ideally suited for UK. Most mortgage calcs online are designed for the USA/Canadian markets and their fields just don't apply in UK. Hey Ho, never mind, looks like I'll be teaching myself javascript sooner than I thought :rolleyes: [img]/infopop/emoticons/icon_biggrin.gif[/img]

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    tmd5 lol sure hope so you do learn it faster than you thought you could

    Regards
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