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August 14, 2008, 9:26 am
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such as fieldvalidation, popupwindows etc.
Currently I am using <a href="#foo"
becuase I do not want to openly show the variables in the browser.
In the case of a popup I have this:
<a href="#foo" onClick="Validate('http://www.mysite.com/helpdocs /
donotopen/chapter1/index15.html)">Chapter 1 support</a>
But the thing is, I don't like the #foo as url either.
functions from html as onclick or straight in the href?
thanks for reading and please share your thoughts :)
On 08/14/08 02:26 am, eelco.v987 wrote:
I'm sure you do not depend on client-side data verification, correct?
It is quite annoying to visit a site and have the links completely dead
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(That’s a rethorical question; but some people around here have
repeatedly announced to happily engage in a wild-goose chase for
undisclosed problems, so stay tuned. :)
It doesn’t help much that you are providing defunct code snippets.
This ‘Validate’ function seems pretty versatile, by the way…
for accessibility, very buggy in Internet Explorer and totally
unnecessary (so for “most common” in the sense of pure quantity you have
a winner here :).
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