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 Please Help

Hello,

I am not typically writing script in a browser and was hoping someone could
help me with a quick problem:

I have an HTML table with links in each field.  These links are
automatically generated by another program and unfortunately, it does not
treat them as links.  This means that if there is a table cell with
www.microsoft.com, you cannot click it and be brought to Microsoft because
the program does not generate the HREF.

Since the HTML file is a template, I can edit certain parts of it.  This is
why I was thinking about creating a script that detects which cell was
clicked on by the user and sends them to the hyperlink listed in that cell.

Is this possible?  If so, I would really appreciate some sample code or some
direction in how to do this.

Thanks!

-Bill
--
Office Collaborators
"Project Management For Fast Moving Companies"

(781) 888-3934



Wed, 23 Jul 2003 03:59:02 GMT  
 Please Help
Links are fairly straightforward to create. I think that you'll have to show
some example code as to why your links aren't working.


: Hello,
:
: I am not typically writing script in a browser and was hoping someone
could
: help me with a quick problem:
:
: I have an HTML table with links in each field.  These links are
: automatically generated by another program and unfortunately, it does not
: treat them as links.  This means that if there is a table cell with
: www.microsoft.com, you cannot click it and be brought to Microsoft because
: the program does not generate the HREF.
:
: Since the HTML file is a template, I can edit certain parts of it.  This
is
: why I was thinking about creating a script that detects which cell was
: clicked on by the user and sends them to the hyperlink listed in that
cell.
:
: Is this possible?  If so, I would really appreciate some sample code or
some
: direction in how to do this.
:
: Thanks!
:
: -Bill
: --
: Office Collaborators
: "Project Management For Fast Moving Companies"

: (781) 888-3934
:
:
:
:



Wed, 23 Jul 2003 06:07:32 GMT  
 Please Help
The problem is, the application outputs any information as text in the HTML
file, so a link won't appear.  If the application were smart enough, it
would generate HTML code and create a link like:

<a href="....."><a>

Unfortunately, the application does not do this and if I enter the HTML code
in the application, then it strips out any HTML code.

So... my only other way of making a link work is to create an HTML template
that uses JavaScript code to read the link in a table cell and open that
link.

For instance, the program outputs something like this:

Table Column 1       Table Column 2

Unfortunately, the program that outputs this information does not create
HREF's, so when you click on what should be links, nothing happens (because
IE thinks they aren't links, but just text in the document).

If a piece of code was activated when one of the above cells was clicked and
launched the contents of the cell as a link, that would solve my problem.

Hope I explained this okay.

Thanks in advance for your help,

-Bill
--
Office Collaborators
"Project Management For Fast Moving Companies"

(781) 888-3934


Quote:
> Links are fairly straightforward to create. I think that you'll have to
show
> some example code as to why your links aren't working.



> : Hello,
> :
> : I am not typically writing script in a browser and was hoping someone
> could
> : help me with a quick problem:
> :
> : I have an HTML table with links in each field.  These links are
> : automatically generated by another program and unfortunately, it does
not
> : treat them as links.  This means that if there is a table cell with
> : www.microsoft.com, you cannot click it and be brought to Microsoft
because
> : the program does not generate the HREF.
> :
> : Since the HTML file is a template, I can edit certain parts of it.  This
> is
> : why I was thinking about creating a script that detects which cell was
> : clicked on by the user and sends them to the hyperlink listed in that
> cell.
> :
> : Is this possible?  If so, I would really appreciate some sample code or
> some
> : direction in how to do this.
> :
> : Thanks!
> :
> : -Bill
> : --
> : Office Collaborators
> : "Project Management For Fast Moving Companies"

> : (781) 888-3934
> :
> :
> :
> :



Wed, 23 Jul 2003 06:28:14 GMT  
 Please Help
maybe:
mark the links in the text file by a preceeding set of characters (eg
foo323foo) and an ending set of charachters (eg foo565foo) . You can then
use regular expressions to fish out urls, and build a hyperlink, by using
three sets of characters you could make the link text different from the
URL.


Quote:
> The problem is, the application outputs any information as text in the
HTML
> file, so a link won't appear.  If the application were smart enough, it
> would generate HTML code and create a link like:

> <a href="....."><a>

> Unfortunately, the application does not do this and if I enter the HTML
code
> in the application, then it strips out any HTML code.

> So... my only other way of making a link work is to create an HTML
template
> that uses JavaScript code to read the link in a table cell and open that
> link.

> For instance, the program outputs something like this:

> Table Column 1       Table Column 2

> Unfortunately, the program that outputs this information does not create
> HREF's, so when you click on what should be links, nothing happens
(because
> IE thinks they aren't links, but just text in the document).

> If a piece of code was activated when one of the above cells was clicked
and
> launched the contents of the cell as a link, that would solve my problem.

> Hope I explained this okay.

> Thanks in advance for your help,

> -Bill
> --
> Office Collaborators
> "Project Management For Fast Moving Companies"

> (781) 888-3934



> > Links are fairly straightforward to create. I think that you'll have to
> show
> > some example code as to why your links aren't working.



> > : Hello,
> > :
> > : I am not typically writing script in a browser and was hoping someone
> > could
> > : help me with a quick problem:
> > :
> > : I have an HTML table with links in each field.  These links are
> > : automatically generated by another program and unfortunately, it does
> not
> > : treat them as links.  This means that if there is a table cell with
> > : www.microsoft.com, you cannot click it and be brought to Microsoft
> because
> > : the program does not generate the HREF.
> > :
> > : Since the HTML file is a template, I can edit certain parts of it.
This
> > is
> > : why I was thinking about creating a script that detects which cell was
> > : clicked on by the user and sends them to the hyperlink listed in that
> > cell.
> > :
> > : Is this possible?  If so, I would really appreciate some sample code
or
> > some
> > : direction in how to do this.
> > :
> > : Thanks!
> > :
> > : -Bill
> > : --
> > : Office Collaborators
> > : "Project Management For Fast Moving Companies"

> > : (781) 888-3934
> > :
> > :
> > :
> > :



Wed, 23 Jul 2003 10:01:20 GMT  
 Please Help
Here's at least an IE soultion...

<html>
<head>
<script language="Jscript">
</script>
</head>
<body>
<TABLE border="1">
<TR>
<TD onclick="navigate('http://'+this.innerText)">www.microsoft.com</TD>

</TR>
</TABLE>
</body>
</html>

--
Michael Harris
Microsoft.MVP.Scripting
--

Please do not email questions - post them to the newsgroup instead.
--

Quote:

> The problem is, the application outputs any information as text in the HTML
> file, so a link won't appear.  If the application were smart enough, it
> would generate HTML code and create a link like:

> <a href="....."><a>

> Unfortunately, the application does not do this and if I enter the HTML code
> in the application, then it strips out any HTML code.

> So... my only other way of making a link work is to create an HTML template
> that uses JavaScript code to read the link in a table cell and open that
> link.

> For instance, the program outputs something like this:

> Table Column 1       Table Column 2

> Unfortunately, the program that outputs this information does not create
> HREF's, so when you click on what should be links, nothing happens (because
> IE thinks they aren't links, but just text in the document).

> If a piece of code was activated when one of the above cells was clicked and
> launched the contents of the cell as a link, that would solve my problem.

> Hope I explained this okay.

> Thanks in advance for your help,

> -Bill
> --
> Office Collaborators
> "Project Management For Fast Moving Companies"

> (781) 888-3934



> > Links are fairly straightforward to create. I think that you'll have to
> show
> > some example code as to why your links aren't working.



> > : Hello,
> > :
> > : I am not typically writing script in a browser and was hoping someone
> > could
> > : help me with a quick problem:
> > :
> > : I have an HTML table with links in each field.  These links are
> > : automatically generated by another program and unfortunately, it does
> not
> > : treat them as links.  This means that if there is a table cell with
> > : www.microsoft.com, you cannot click it and be brought to Microsoft
> because
> > : the program does not generate the HREF.
> > :
> > : Since the HTML file is a template, I can edit certain parts of it.  This
> > is
> > : why I was thinking about creating a script that detects which cell was
> > : clicked on by the user and sends them to the hyperlink listed in that
> > cell.
> > :
> > : Is this possible?  If so, I would really appreciate some sample code or
> > some
> > : direction in how to do this.
> > :
> > : Thanks!
> > :
> > : -Bill
> > : --
> > : Office Collaborators
> > : "Project Management For Fast Moving Companies"

> > : (781) 888-3934
> > :
> > :
> > :
> > :



Thu, 24 Jul 2003 09:25:40 GMT  
 Please Help
Hi Michael,

Unfortunately, the program I am using exports the text to the table, so I
have no way of editing the text within the cell until the HTML file is
generated.  However, I always know that these cells have a link, which one
will be a web address and which one will be an e-mail address.

What I'm really looking for is a more 'global' solution that detects which
cell is selected, then a piece of code (maybe within the header of the HTML)
says "okay, you clicked on Cell 1, Row 2 and since I know the first column
is an web address, I will take the text out of that cell and then launch a
new IE window with the link provided".

Thanks again!

-Bill
--
Office Collaborators
"Project Management For Fast Moving Companies"

(781) 888-3934


Quote:
> Here's at least an IE soultion...

> <html>
> <head>
> <script language="Jscript">
> </script>
> </head>
> <body>
> <TABLE border="1">
> <TR>
> <TD onclick="navigate('http://'+this.innerText)">www.microsoft.com</TD>
> <TD


Quote:
> </TR>
> </TABLE>
> </body>
> </html>

> --
> Michael Harris
> Microsoft.MVP.Scripting
> --

> Please do not email questions - post them to the newsgroup instead.
> --




- Show quoted text -

Quote:
> > The problem is, the application outputs any information as text in the
HTML
> > file, so a link won't appear.  If the application were smart enough, it
> > would generate HTML code and create a link like:

> > <a href="....."><a>

> > Unfortunately, the application does not do this and if I enter the HTML
code
> > in the application, then it strips out any HTML code.

> > So... my only other way of making a link work is to create an HTML
template
> > that uses JavaScript code to read the link in a table cell and open that
> > link.

> > For instance, the program outputs something like this:

> > Table Column 1       Table Column 2

> > Unfortunately, the program that outputs this information does not create
> > HREF's, so when you click on what should be links, nothing happens
(because
> > IE thinks they aren't links, but just text in the document).

> > If a piece of code was activated when one of the above cells was clicked
and
> > launched the contents of the cell as a link, that would solve my
problem.

> > Hope I explained this okay.

> > Thanks in advance for your help,

> > -Bill
> > --
> > Office Collaborators
> > "Project Management For Fast Moving Companies"

> > (781) 888-3934



> > > Links are fairly straightforward to create. I think that you'll have
to
> > show
> > > some example code as to why your links aren't working.



> > > : Hello,
> > > :
> > > : I am not typically writing script in a browser and was hoping
someone
> > > could
> > > : help me with a quick problem:
> > > :
> > > : I have an HTML table with links in each field.  These links are
> > > : automatically generated by another program and unfortunately, it
does
> > not
> > > : treat them as links.  This means that if there is a table cell with
> > > : www.microsoft.com, you cannot click it and be brought to Microsoft
> > because
> > > : the program does not generate the HREF.
> > > :
> > > : Since the HTML file is a template, I can edit certain parts of it.
This
> > > is
> > > : why I was thinking about creating a script that detects which cell
was
> > > : clicked on by the user and sends them to the hyperlink listed in
that
> > > cell.
> > > :
> > > : Is this possible?  If so, I would really appreciate some sample code
or
> > > some
> > > : direction in how to do this.
> > > :
> > > : Thanks!
> > > :
> > > : -Bill
> > > : --
> > > : Office Collaborators
> > > : "Project Management For Fast Moving Companies"

> > > : (781) 888-3934
> > > :
> > > :
> > > :
> > > :



Fri, 25 Jul 2003 00:40:19 GMT  
 Please Help
For IE only.

<HTML>
<HEAD>
<SCRIPT language="JavaScript">
function table_click()
{
    with(window.event.srcElement)
    {
        if(tagName != "TD") return;

        else if(/^\w+:/.test(innerText)) location = innerText;
        else location = "http://" + innerText;
    }

Quote:
}

</SCRIPT>
</HEAD>
<BODY>
<TABLE border="1" onclick="table_click()">
<TR>
<TD>www.microsoft.com</TD>

<TD>file://c:\</TD>
<TD>http://www.yahoo.com</TD>

</TR>
</TABLE>
</BODY>
</HTML>

| Hi Michael,
|
| Unfortunately, the program I am using exports the text to the table, so I
| have no way of editing the text within the cell until the HTML file is
| generated.  However, I always know that these cells have a link, which one
| will be a web address and which one will be an e-mail address.
|
| What I'm really looking for is a more 'global' solution that detects which
| cell is selected, then a piece of code (maybe within the header of the HTML)
| says "okay, you clicked on Cell 1, Row 2 and since I know the first column
| is an web address, I will take the text out of that cell and then launch a
| new IE window with the link provided".
|
| Thanks again!
|
| -Bill
| --
| Office Collaborators
| "Project Management For Fast Moving Companies"

| (781) 888-3934
|
|


| > Here's at least an IE soultion...
| >
| > <html>
| > <head>
| > <script language="Jscript">
| > </script>
| > </head>
| > <body>
| > <TABLE border="1">
| > <TR>
| > <TD onclick="navigate('http://'+this.innerText)">www.microsoft.com</TD>
| > <TD

| > </TR>
| > </TABLE>
| > </body>
| > </html>
| >
| > --
| > Michael Harris
| > Microsoft.MVP.Scripting
| > --

| > Please do not email questions - post them to the newsgroup instead.
| > --
| >
| >
| >


| > > The problem is, the application outputs any information as text in the
| HTML
| > > file, so a link won't appear.  If the application were smart enough, it
| > > would generate HTML code and create a link like:
| > >
| > > <a href="....."><a>
| > >
| > > Unfortunately, the application does not do this and if I enter the HTML
| code
| > > in the application, then it strips out any HTML code.
| > >
| > > So... my only other way of making a link work is to create an HTML
| template
| > > that uses JavaScript code to read the link in a table cell and open that
| > > link.
| > >
| > > For instance, the program outputs something like this:
| > >
| > > Table Column 1       Table Column 2

| > >
| > > Unfortunately, the program that outputs this information does not create
| > > HREF's, so when you click on what should be links, nothing happens
| (because
| > > IE thinks they aren't links, but just text in the document).
| > >
| > > If a piece of code was activated when one of the above cells was clicked
| and
| > > launched the contents of the cell as a link, that would solve my
| problem.
| > >
| > > Hope I explained this okay.
| > >
| > > Thanks in advance for your help,
| > >
| > > -Bill
| > > --
| > > Office Collaborators
| > > "Project Management For Fast Moving Companies"

| > > (781) 888-3934
| > >
| > >


| > > > Links are fairly straightforward to create. I think that you'll have
| to
| > > show
| > > > some example code as to why your links aren't working.
| > > >


| > > > : Hello,
| > > > :
| > > > : I am not typically writing script in a browser and was hoping
| someone
| > > > could
| > > > : help me with a quick problem:
| > > > :
| > > > : I have an HTML table with links in each field.  These links are
| > > > : automatically generated by another program and unfortunately, it
| does
| > > not
| > > > : treat them as links.  This means that if there is a table cell with
| > > > : www.microsoft.com, you cannot click it and be brought to Microsoft
| > > because
| > > > : the program does not generate the HREF.
| > > > :
| > > > : Since the HTML file is a template, I can edit certain parts of it.
| This
| > > > is
| > > > : why I was thinking about creating a script that detects which cell
| was
| > > > : clicked on by the user and sends them to the hyperlink listed in
| that
| > > > cell.
| > > > :
| > > > : Is this possible?  If so, I would really appreciate some sample code
| or
| > > > some
| > > > : direction in how to do this.
| > > > :
| > > > : Thanks!
| > > > :
| > > > : -Bill
| > > > : --
| > > > : Office Collaborators
| > > > : "Project Management For Fast Moving Companies"

| > > > : (781) 888-3934
| > > > :
| > > > :
| > > > :
| > > > :
| > > >
| > > >
| > >
| > >
| >
|
|



Fri, 25 Jul 2003 04:51:40 GMT  
 Please Help
My thoughts exactly.

Simply remove the code segment and place it in a .js file.  You can then
include it in all of your files by writing a parser that inserts the line
<script language=javascript src=myfile.js></script> into all of your files..

-TH



Quote:
> For IE only.

> <HTML>
> <HEAD>
> <SCRIPT language="JavaScript">
> function table_click()
> {
>     with(window.event.srcElement)
>     {
>         if(tagName != "TD") return;

innerText;
>         else if(/^\w+:/.test(innerText)) location = innerText;
>         else location = "http://" + innerText;
>     }
> }
> </SCRIPT>
> </HEAD>
> <BODY>
> <TABLE border="1" onclick="table_click()">
> <TR>
> <TD>www.microsoft.com</TD>

> <TD>file://c:\</TD>
> <TD>http://www.yahoo.com</TD>

> </TR>
> </TABLE>
> </BODY>
> </HTML>




- Show quoted text -

Quote:
> | Hi Michael,
> |
> | Unfortunately, the program I am using exports the text to the table, so
I
> | have no way of editing the text within the cell until the HTML file is
> | generated.  However, I always know that these cells have a link, which
one
> | will be a web address and which one will be an e-mail address.
> |
> | What I'm really looking for is a more 'global' solution that detects
which
> | cell is selected, then a piece of code (maybe within the header of the
HTML)
> | says "okay, you clicked on Cell 1, Row 2 and since I know the first
column
> | is an web address, I will take the text out of that cell and then launch
a
> | new IE window with the link provided".
> |
> | Thanks again!
> |
> | -Bill
> | --
> | Office Collaborators
> | "Project Management For Fast Moving Companies"

> | (781) 888-3934
> |
> |


> | > Here's at least an IE soultion...
> | >
> | > <html>
> | > <head>
> | > <script language="Jscript">
> | > </script>
> | > </head>
> | > <body>
> | > <TABLE border="1">
> | > <TR>
> | > <TD

onclick="navigate('http://'+this.innerText)">www.microsoft.com</TD>

- Show quoted text -

Quote:
> | > <TD

> | > </TR>
> | > </TABLE>
> | > </body>
> | > </html>
> | >
> | > --
> | > Michael Harris
> | > Microsoft.MVP.Scripting
> | > --

> | > Please do not email questions - post them to the newsgroup instead.
> | > --
> | >
> | >
> | >


> | > > The problem is, the application outputs any information as text in
the
> | HTML
> | > > file, so a link won't appear.  If the application were smart enough,
it
> | > > would generate HTML code and create a link like:
> | > >
> | > > <a href="....."><a>
> | > >
> | > > Unfortunately, the application does not do this and if I enter the
HTML
> | code
> | > > in the application, then it strips out any HTML code.
> | > >
> | > > So... my only other way of making a link work is to create an HTML
> | template
> | > > that uses JavaScript code to read the link in a table cell and open
that
> | > > link.
> | > >
> | > > For instance, the program outputs something like this:
> | > >
> | > > Table Column 1       Table Column 2

> | > >
> | > > Unfortunately, the program that outputs this information does not
create
> | > > HREF's, so when you click on what should be links, nothing happens
> | (because
> | > > IE thinks they aren't links, but just text in the document).
> | > >
> | > > If a piece of code was activated when one of the above cells was
clicked
> | and
> | > > launched the contents of the cell as a link, that would solve my
> | problem.
> | > >
> | > > Hope I explained this okay.
> | > >
> | > > Thanks in advance for your help,
> | > >
> | > > -Bill
> | > > --
> | > > Office Collaborators
> | > > "Project Management For Fast Moving Companies"

> | > > (781) 888-3934
> | > >
> | > >


> | > > > Links are fairly straightforward to create. I think that you'll
have
> | to
> | > > show
> | > > > some example code as to why your links aren't working.
> | > > >


> | > > > : Hello,
> | > > > :
> | > > > : I am not typically writing script in a browser and was hoping
> | someone
> | > > > could
> | > > > : help me with a quick problem:
> | > > > :
> | > > > : I have an HTML table with links in each field.  These links are
> | > > > : automatically generated by another program and unfortunately, it
> | does
> | > > not
> | > > > : treat them as links.  This means that if there is a table cell
with
> | > > > : www.microsoft.com, you cannot click it and be brought to
Microsoft
> | > > because
> | > > > : the program does not generate the HREF.
> | > > > :
> | > > > : Since the HTML file is a template, I can edit certain parts of
it.
> | This
> | > > > is
> | > > > : why I was thinking about creating a script that detects which
cell
> | was
> | > > > : clicked on by the user and sends them to the hyperlink listed in
> | that
> | > > > cell.
> | > > > :
> | > > > : Is this possible?  If so, I would really appreciate some sample
code
> | or
> | > > > some
> | > > > : direction in how to do this.
> | > > > :
> | > > > : Thanks!
> | > > > :
> | > > > : -Bill
> | > > > : --
> | > > > : Office Collaborators
> | > > > : "Project Management For Fast Moving Companies"

> | > > > : (781) 888-3934
> | > > > :
> | > > > :
> | > > > :
> | > > > :
> | > > >
> | > > >
> | > >
> | > >
> | >
> |
> |



Fri, 25 Jul 2003 06:37:08 GMT  
 Please Help
I will try this out.  Thank you very much.  Hope I don't find myself doing
this too often :-)

Thanks,

-Bill
--
Office Collaborators
"Project Management For Fast Moving Companies"

(781) 888-3934



Quote:
> For IE only.

> <HTML>
> <HEAD>
> <SCRIPT language="JavaScript">
> function table_click()
> {
>     with(window.event.srcElement)
>     {
>         if(tagName != "TD") return;

innerText;
>         else if(/^\w+:/.test(innerText)) location = innerText;
>         else location = "http://" + innerText;
>     }
> }
> </SCRIPT>
> </HEAD>
> <BODY>
> <TABLE border="1" onclick="table_click()">
> <TR>
> <TD>www.microsoft.com</TD>

> <TD>file://c:\</TD>
> <TD>http://www.yahoo.com</TD>

> </TR>
> </TABLE>
> </BODY>
> </HTML>




- Show quoted text -

Quote:
> | Hi Michael,
> |
> | Unfortunately, the program I am using exports the text to the table, so
I
> | have no way of editing the text within the cell until the HTML file is
> | generated.  However, I always know that these cells have a link, which
one
> | will be a web address and which one will be an e-mail address.
> |
> | What I'm really looking for is a more 'global' solution that detects
which
> | cell is selected, then a piece of code (maybe within the header of the
HTML)
> | says "okay, you clicked on Cell 1, Row 2 and since I know the first
column
> | is an web address, I will take the text out of that cell and then launch
a
> | new IE window with the link provided".
> |
> | Thanks again!
> |
> | -Bill
> | --
> | Office Collaborators
> | "Project Management For Fast Moving Companies"

> | (781) 888-3934
> |
> |


> | > Here's at least an IE soultion...
> | >
> | > <html>
> | > <head>
> | > <script language="Jscript">
> | > </script>
> | > </head>
> | > <body>
> | > <TABLE border="1">
> | > <TR>
> | > <TD

onclick="navigate('http://'+this.innerText)">www.microsoft.com</TD>

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Quote:
> | > <TD

> | > </TR>
> | > </TABLE>
> | > </body>
> | > </html>
> | >
> | > --
> | > Michael Harris
> | > Microsoft.MVP.Scripting
> | > --

> | > Please do not email questions - post them to the newsgroup instead.
> | > --
> | >
> | >
> | >


> | > > The problem is, the application outputs any information as text in
the
> | HTML
> | > > file, so a link won't appear.  If the application were smart enough,
it
> | > > would generate HTML code and create a link like:
> | > >
> | > > <a href="....."><a>
> | > >
> | > > Unfortunately, the application does not do this and if I enter the
HTML
> | code
> | > > in the application, then it strips out any HTML code.
> | > >
> | > > So... my only other way of making a link work is to create an HTML
> | template
> | > > that uses JavaScript code to read the link in a table cell and open
that
> | > > link.
> | > >
> | > > For instance, the program outputs something like this:
> | > >
> | > > Table Column 1       Table Column 2

> | > >
> | > > Unfortunately, the program that outputs this information does not
create
> | > > HREF's, so when you click on what should be links, nothing happens
> | (because
> | > > IE thinks they aren't links, but just text in the document).
> | > >
> | > > If a piece of code was activated when one of the above cells was
clicked
> | and
> | > > launched the contents of the cell as a link, that would solve my
> | problem.
> | > >
> | > > Hope I explained this okay.
> | > >
> | > > Thanks in advance for your help,
> | > >
> | > > -Bill
> | > > --
> | > > Office Collaborators
> | > > "Project Management For Fast Moving Companies"

> | > > (781) 888-3934
> | > >
> | > >


> | > > > Links are fairly straightforward to create. I think that you'll
have
> | to
> | > > show
> | > > > some example code as to why your links aren't working.
> | > > >


> | > > > : Hello,
> | > > > :
> | > > > : I am not typically writing script in a browser and was hoping
> | someone
> | > > > could
> | > > > : help me with a quick problem:
> | > > > :
> | > > > : I have an HTML table with links in each field.  These links are
> | > > > : automatically generated by another program and unfortunately, it
> | does
> | > > not
> | > > > : treat them as links.  This means that if there is a table cell
with
> | > > > : www.microsoft.com, you cannot click it and be brought to
Microsoft
> | > > because
> | > > > : the program does not generate the HREF.
> | > > > :
> | > > > : Since the HTML file is a template, I can edit certain parts of
it.
> | This
> | > > > is
> | > > > : why I was thinking about creating a script that detects which
cell
> | was
> | > > > : clicked on by the user and sends them to the hyperlink listed in
> | that
> | > > > cell.
> | > > > :
> | > > > : Is this possible?  If so, I would really appreciate some sample
code
> | or
> | > > > some
> | > > > : direction in how to do this.
> | > > > :
> | > > > : Thanks!
> | > > > :
> | > > > : -Bill
> | > > > : --
> | > > > : Office Collaborators
> | > > > : "Project Management For Fast Moving Companies"

> | > > > : (781) 888-3934
> | > > > :
> | > > > :
> | > > > :
> | > > > :
> | > > >
> | > > >
> | > >
> | > >
> | >
> |
> |



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