tutorial for inserting html into the middle of an existing page

Discussion in 'Javascript' started by lawpoop@gmail.com, Jan 4, 2008.

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    Hello --

    Can someone point me to a tutorial that shows how I can insert some
    HTML tags into the middle of an existing page?

    I have a survey form, and I would like to have the user give a comment
    on a certain answer. They won't be commenting very often, but I don't
    want pop-ups, and I don't want the comment textarea to appear after a
    form submission.

    I would like it so that if they click on a link, checkbox or button,
    the page gets re-written to have some new textarea tags in the right
    place, and then a textbox appears in the right place for the comment.

    Is this doable, and is it a good idea?
     
    , Jan 4, 2008
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