Re: beagle webinterface

<a href="return of function openhit()" onClick="openhit(...)">

then, in function openhit

function openhit(url){
     direccio = modification of value url;



then in href, nor #, go the edited link, then we don't need to use
mimetype and nothing more...


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On Fri, Jul 18, 2008 at 1:22 PM, Debajyoti Bera <dbera web gmail com> wrote:
>> ok, this don't give any error... but when I do an alert of mimetype
>> value it only shows me $mimetype...
> Then use
> onClick="openhit('{ Uri}', '{$mimetype}'); return false;)"
>> one question... is possible that user when clicks the link href
>> changes for the modified { Uri} value?
> Not sure what you mean here. Can you explain with an example ? You might be
> able to change the href when the user clicks the link, but that would again
> involve writing an onClick handler. I think you should be able to change the
> href and then return true in which case the click will open the modified
> href. But this all javascript manipulation happening here. And I am not the
> best person to ask these :-). You should consult some advanced javascript
> tutorial or something.
> - dBera
> --
> -----------------------------------------------------
> Debajyoti Bera @
> beagle / KDE / Mandriva / Inspiron-1100

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