Re: Re[2]: Generating Javascript with HTML tags

Subject: Re: Re[2]: Generating Javascript with HTML tags
From: Robert Koberg <rob@xxxxxxxxxx>
Date: Thu, 09 Nov 2000 04:10:17 -0800
You should not be able to see javascript on the html page, let alone see it
bolded.  Do you have your script between script tags?

> > I tried both and it actually bolds the words "FldrDesc (2)". Can
> > anyone else think of another way of keeping it a literal string of
> > "<b>" and "</b>"?
> Doesn't that depend on how gFld interprets the string it is passed?
> Assuming it's interpreting it as XML/HTML, to stop it from
> interpreting the <b>...</b> as a bold element you need gFld to be
> passed the string:
>   "&lt;b&gt;FldrDesc (2)&lt;/b&gt;"
> In this case, you need to construct some Javascript that looks like:
>   fldr1 = insFld(fT, gFld("&amp;lt;b&amp;gt;FldrDesc
> which you can do in your XSLT either with the above line or with:
>   <![CDATA[
>     fldr1 = insFld(fT, gFld("&lt;b&gt;FldrDesc (2)&lt;/b&gt;"));
>   ]]>

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