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Re: lynx-dev JS onclick

From: Philip Webb
Subject: Re: lynx-dev JS onclick
Date: Mon, 31 Jul 2000 00:42:46 -0400

000730 David Woolley wrote:
PW> it really shouldn't be difficult to get Lynx to recognise `onclick',
PW> extract the following URL & present it as a link marked `ONCLICK':
> In many, if not most, of the cases I've seen, the URL is not
> in the onclick parameter.  What is there is either an index number,
> or only part of the relative URL; most commonly just an index number.

yes, that is true of the best public example i can offer.
to focus discussion, how could Lynx handle the document at ,
where getting a point-point bus fare is prevented by a  [BUTTON] ?
the necessary URLs do seem to be present in the JS in the source,
but not necessarily in an easy-to-predict place.
anyone care to try the programming challenge?

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