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calling variables function onload onload function easy

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#1 bluefenix


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Posted 17 September 2012 - 03:59 PM

Im having troubble with this program, I need two functions the window.onload one will hide all the divs when the page loads. The variables declarations are fine, since I tested in the original one to hide some divs and show other when select box selected. For example when selected men(option) will show "Divs Men" and when women(option) is selected it will show "Divs Women". It works fine, Im just having troubble when I add the onloadFunction, I think maybe Im mistaking in calling the variables of function shoesOne to function default(the onload one). Or maybe Im declaring wrongly the onload function Any help is appreciated.

function shoesOne()


//Divs Men
var colorWD= document.getElementById("selectDiv1");
var paraWD= document.getElementById("selectDiv2");

//Divs Women
var marcaMD= document.getElementById("selectDiv02");
var puntaD= document.getElementById("selectDiv03");
var cierreD= document.getElementById("selectDiv04");
var suelasD= document.getElementById("selectDiv05");

window.onload= function default()
{ //Men
colorWD.style.display= "none";
paraWD.style.display= "none";

marcaMD.style.display= "none";
puntaD.style.display= "none";
cierreD.style.display= "none";
suelasD.style.display= "none";
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#2 BlackRabbit


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Posted 17 September 2012 - 04:04 PM

I can tell you a couple of thing about this my Spanish talking friend, which i guess from the variable names.

You are correct about being a problem calling the variables, which could be solved if you declare those vars as global (at the start of script, outside any function )

i can't help to ask, why don't you create them hidden ? so you don't need to hide them in the onload :D
you can make hidden the default style, i guess your program will work the same since i think you activate them later
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