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Re: lynx-dev JS onclick

From: A. R. Vener
Subject: Re: lynx-dev JS onclick
Date: Mon, 31 Jul 2000 12:22:59 -0400 (EDT)

What does javascript do with the index number? Is there an warray of
URL's somewhere that it uses the index to reference one of them?   Where is
the Javascript syntax documented?


> 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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