Hi Marko,

Great idea on combining the different attributes into one value
attribute with the pipe character.  I'll consider it for a later
version, because this obviously also requires changes on the
serverside as we'll end up with other values being sent to the
server...

The class tihngy I knew and was on my todo list to change to that...

Unfortunately it doesn't fix my issue at this time (unless I'm
misinterpreting what you are saying...)
Have you gotten a chance to look into that biyt of code not giving me
the result I believed I should have received (and did before I
upgraded...)

Thanks again for the feedback - I really do appreciate it!

David.

On Sep 18, 7:01 pm, Marko <gm.ma...@gmail.com> wrote:
> Hi,
>
> Instead of adding attributes on element you can rewrite it like this:
>
> <option value="N100005" domain="hjkhhjh.ch" prepaid_total="18.50 EUR"
> postpaid_total="23.15 EUR">Registreer voor 1 Jaar</option>
>
> =>
>
> <option value="code|domain|pre_total|post_total">Registreer voor 1 
> Jaar</option>
>
> =>
>
> <option value="N100005|hjkhhjh.ch|18.50 EUR|23.15 EUR">Registreer voor 1 
> Jaar</option>
>
> You can get value like this:
>
> selectedItem = orderOptions.select('[value="' +
> orderOptions.getValue() + '"]');
>
> =>
> As this is  equal to  orderOptions you can do:
>
> selectedItem = $F(this)
>
> Then you can split it and get array:
>
> selectedItem.split("|")
>
> You can also rewrite your selects like this:
>
> Instead of: <td f="prepaid">
> write just: <td class="prepaid">
>
> tdPrepaid = rec[0].select('[f="prepaid"]');
> =>
> tdPrepaid = rec[0].select('.prepaid');
>
> This way you will preserve valid HTML
>
> I think you get idea how to rewrite it.
>
> - Marko
>
> speedpac...@gmail.com wrote:
> > Hello,
>
> > I'm trying my secod post here - I never got my first to end up on the
> > list, so l'ts try it through the google groups website directly now...
>
> > I'm having an issue that I hope someone here can help me with...
>
> > I have the following code:
>
> > HTML:
> > ----------
> > <select id="orderOption[hjkhhjh.ch]" domain="hjkhhjh.ch"
> > name="orderOption[hjkhhjh.ch]">
> > <option value="N100005" domain="hjkhhjh.ch" prepaid_total="18.50 EUR"
> > postpaid_total="23.15 EUR">Registreer voor 1 Jaar</option>
> > <option value="N100006" domain="hjkhhjh.ch" prepaid_total="36.30 EUR"
> > postpaid_total="45.40 EUR">Registreer voor 2 Jaar</option>
> > <option value="N100009" domain="hjkhhjh.ch" prepaid_total="53.40 EUR"
> > postpaid_total="66.60 EUR">Registreer voor 3 Jaar</option>
> > <option value="N100007" domain="hjkhhjh.ch" prepaid_total="87.00 EUR"
> > postpaid_total="109.00 EUR">Registreer voor 5 Jaar</option>
> > <option value="N100008" domain="hjkhhjh.ch" prepaid_total="170.50 EUR"
> > postpaid_total="213.50 EUR">Registreer voor 10 Jaar</option>
> > </select>
>
> > What I'm trying to do is when a user selects an option from the list,
> > the prepaid_total and postpaid_total price should show on a different
> > div...
>
> > this is the javascript that worked up until a few weeks ago when I
> > upgraded to the new release of prototype:
> > JAVASCRIPT:
> > --------------------
>
> >             orderOptions.observe('change', function(event) {
> >                 alert('clicked for ' + orderOptions.getAttribute
> > ('domain'));
> >                 rec = $('domainSearchResult').select('[domain="' +
> > orderOptions.getAttribute('domain') + '"]');
> >                 tdPrepaid = rec[0].select('[f="prepaid"]');
> >                 tdPostpaid = rec[0].select('[f="postpaid"]');
>
> >                 alert(orderOptions.getValue());
> >                 selectedItem = orderOptions.select('[value="' +
> > orderOptions.getValue() + '"]');
> >                 alert(selectedItem);
> >                 tdPrepaid[0].update(selectedItem[0].getAttribute
> > ('prepaid_total'));
> >                 tdPostpaid[0].update(selectedItem[0].getAttribute
> > ('postpaid_total'));
> >             });
>
> > The two first alerts give me what I expect, the third one just returns
> > NOTHING...  I used to be able to select the options with the value
> > like that, but it seems to be no longer working...
>
> > Any idea?
>
> > Also - I know adding attributes to the elements like that is not the
> > way to go - I just don't know how I can do this otherwise :(
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