objHttpReq = new ActiveXObject('Msxml2.XMLHTTP');
Then do the OPEN/GET/SEND/etc on a local file.
Everything works fine, except...
Now all the regular HTTP links on the page-
Auto add "file:///...path..." to the front of the HREF
when hover over/click on.
How to cancel/reset back from "local" to "web" mode?
objHttpReq = false;
RE: ActiveXobject help...
Figured it out...
Nothing to do with the ActiveXobject.
Had to do with the way I was populating my cell...
was adding single-quotes(') around the href parms,
and the builtin method(?) was then also adding dbl-quotes(") around them.
var newRow = document.getElementById('symbtbl').insertRow(-1); // add at end
oCell = newRow.insertCell(0);
// Apostrophe = & # 39; (note- had to imbed spaces to prevent this board from converting on display)
oCell.innerHTML = '<a href=& # 39;http://web.site.url& # 39; target=& # 39;_blank& # 39;>Text</a>'
so the cell contained:
<a href="'http://web.site.url'"; target="'_blank'">Text</a>
Which caused the browser to treat the link as a local file, instead of an URL.
oCell.innerHTML = '<a href=http://web.site.url target=_blank>Text</a>'
so the cell contains:
<a href="http://web.site.url"; target="_blank">Text</a>
And now the browser treats correctly - an URL
Note- if populate including the dbl-quotes (& # 34 or & q uot )
the method still adds additional dbls around the parms,
but the browser appears to treat OK.
Last edited by LitlGreyCells; 06-13-2008 at 09:51 PM.
By Michael Arbel in forum Java
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