Items by number
A listing of all of the items in order of number.
Item numbers can be determined in a variety of ways:
- The ID for any item can easily be found by viewing the frame source of your inventory, using ctrl-f to find your item's name, and then looking just to the left where you'll find "<td id='iXXXX' valign=middle>", where XXXX is the ID of the item in question.
- The item ID can also be found by opening the pop-up description of an item. Within the item's source code, just after the description, you should be able to find the following: "<!-- itemid: XXX -->", where XXX is the ID of the item in question.
- Items with a "use" link next to their name, the url that the link points to (viewed in most browsers by hovering the mouse over it, and looking at the status bar on the bottom) ends with the words "whichitem=XXX", where XXX is the item number of the item.
- Items in NPC stores, the code for radio buttons (view frame source for the shop page) contains "<input type=radio name=whichitem value=XXX>", where XXX is the item number.
- Items in the the mall, the code for radio buttons (view frame source for the shop page) contains "<input name=whichitem type=radio value=XXXYYYYYYYYY onClick="selecteditem=XXXYYYYYYYYY">", where XXX is the item number, and YYYYYYYYY is the price. Note that the price will always be 9 digits, while the item ID can be 1 to 4.
- Items in drop-down lists (combine with meat paste, clan stash, closet, Hagnk's, etc.), the HTML for the line entry (view frame source) consists of "<option value=XXX>item name (quantity)</option>", where XXX is the item number.
- The drop-down for the zapping wands are perhaps the best way to get item IDs for non-tradeable, unusable quest items.
- The drop-downs in the Drawn Onward adventure could be used to much the same effect, but this is a rather inconvenient method, and won't work for quest items consumed prior to level 11.
- Prior to 2008, the meat pasting method was quite effective, as any item at all showed up in the drop-down. Post-2008, only meat pasting components show up.