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Passs wa VAR to another HTML File 3/17/2002 1:31:00 AM   (Total replies: 0)
I just wanted to know, because I wasn't able to find it, if by any way, JS can pass variables by adding them to the addess (like in PhP<b>?Var=EN</b>). Hope you can help my, THX. :sm: &lt;CENTER&gt; &lt;FONT color="#999999"&gt;Alles ist relative&lt;/FONT&gt; &lt;/CENTER&gt;

Re: 2/21/2002 3:02:00 PM   (Total replies: 0)
Me too. Is is because of the caos, M$ IE and Nx made with the standart modules. There is just another Java-Command for it. Okay: First of all you have to check the Browser (IE/N5/etc.) The get this info to a file/variable etc. Write 2 different codes for it. &lt;CENTER&gt; &lt;FONT color="#999999"&gt;Alles ist relative&lt;/FONT&gt; &lt;/CENTER&gt;

Including Extern File in New Window 2/21/2002 2:57:00 PM   (Total replies: 0)
[size=1] function NewWindow(mytitle,imgpath,datapath) { var str; settings='bla-bla-bla';'','',settings); win.document.write('bla-bla-bla <b>&lt;? include "themen/'+datapath+'\"); ?&gt;</b> bla-bla-bla'); } How you can see, I want to generate a new Window with variable inputs (imgpath/datapath). In the datapath-File there is simple HTML code. My first idea was just du use PhP, but it does NOT work. Maybe because this new window is an HTML doc and not a PHP ...

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