Re: [xsl]Putting Mouseover Javascript Script in XSLT?

Subject: Re: [xsl]Putting Mouseover Javascript Script in XSLT?
From: Steve <subsume@xxxxxxxxx>
Date: Mon, 3 Sep 2007 22:20:22 -0400
Hey there,

Your xsl and javascript look more or less accurate, so in the event
its not working I'd try some things:

1) Put xsl:attributes directly after the <img> tag, assuming that is
the tag you're adding attributes to.

2) Perform some simple debug measures by echo'ing the actual value of
/@url to make sure it is as expected.

3) Make sure the Javascript actually works. If you're using Firefox,
check the 'error console' to make extra certain your problem isn't


On 9/3/07, Alice Wei <ajwei@xxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> Hello:
>    I am a newbie in putting javascript with XSLT. I have some text that I would like to create some sort  of layer that allows an image to appear when I roll my mouse over it.
> Here is the code:
>   <xsl:template match="graphic">
>         <img>
>             <xsl:call-template name="rend"/>
>             <xsl:attribute name="onmouseover"> doButtons('<xsl:value-of select="/@url"/>') </xsl:attribute>
>             <xsl:attribute name="onmouseout"> doButtons('<xsl:value-of select="../../p')" </xsl:attribute>
>             <xsl:call-template name="id"/>
>             <xsl:attribute name="src"> blank.gif </xsl:attribute>
>             <xsl:attribute name="alt">
>                 <xsl:choose>
>                     <xsl:when test="../figDesc">
>                         <xsl:value-of select="../figDesc/text()"/>
>                     </xsl:when>
>                     <xsl:otherwise>
>                         <xsl:value-of select="'graphic'"/>
>                     </xsl:otherwise>
>                 </xsl:choose>
>             </xsl:attribute>
>         </img>
>     </xsl:template>
> I am using TEI right now, and when I generated the output, my images disappear entirely. However, neither does it come up when I roll my mouse over it. Can somebody please give me a suggestion on what are the possible ways I can do it?
> Thanks for your help.
> A Newbie.

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