- Now that this drag and drop is working,…let's go ahead and take care of the second site here…which is this form.…Right now, it has by default, the name of the page…that we want to process.…So what we're gonna do is, in our script,…we're gonna target some event,…so we'll add a comment down here.…What we wanna do is look for that form…so we'll do document.forms…and then we'll use the name of the form…which is called compare.…
You can take a look at the indext.html…so for example, the form is right here…and it has a name of compare,…and then the input field is right here,…and it has a name of url.…So we're gonna track that form…and then add an EventListener to it.…The event that we wanna track is the submit button.…When somebody submits this form,…then we're gonna execute a function…and capture that event.…
In here, I'm gonna create a temporary variable…called formUrl…and that's gonna get the URL from the input field.…So we'll do document.compare.url…and then read the value from that input field.…Then we also need to execute a…
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