Here's a bit of javascript that uses query strings. It parses the query string into a dictionary object called params, tests if a certain parameter was passed, and if it was passed it fills in a couple of input boxes with the passed values.
var params = window.location.search.toQueryParams();
  if (!(params.dt===undefined)) // Was the 'dt' param passed?
  {
    $('date').value = params.dt;
    $('amount').value = params.amount; // assume the 'amount' was given
  }

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Chris Hulbert

(Comp Sci, Hons - UTS)

iOS Developer in Sydney.

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