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RE: How do I convert the use of onclick in HTML to wor

Subject: RE: How do I convert the use of onclick in HTML to work in XSLT?
From: "Michael Kay" <mike@xxxxxxxxxxxx>
Date: Wed, 8 Mar 2006 20:43:06 -0000
onclick in html
There's no way onClick can "work in XSLT". XSLT performs a transformation on
an XML document to produce your HTML page. The HTML page can contain
anything - XSLT doesn't care, it's just data. Then the browser starts
displaying the HTML, and at this stage things like onClick can happen; but
by this time the XSLT transformer has finished its work and gone home to
bed.

Michael Kay
http://www.saxonica.com/ 

> -----Original Message-----
> From: Shirley Gasch [mailto:sgasch@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx] 
> Sent: 08 March 2006 19:16
> To: xsl-list@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
> Subject:  How do I convert the use of onclick in HTML to 
> work in XSLT?
> 
> Hi Everyone,
> 
> I am new to the list and to XSLT (but I am learning). I had the 
> following html that worked on a site with two frames. This was in the 
> default.html:
> 
> <FRAMESET COLS="16%,64%" FRAMEBORDER=1>
>        <FRAME SRC="WaiverNav.htm" NAME=a MARGINWIDTH=0 MARGINHEIGHT=0 
> FRAMEBORDER=1 title="Naviagation Area">
>        <FRAME SRC="WaiverHome.htm" NAME=b MARGINWIDTH=0 
> MARGINHEIGHT=0 
> FRAMEBORDER=1 title="ESMO Configuration Modification Request Home 
> Page">
>     </FRAMESET>
> 
> On the default.xsl, it is the following:
> 
> <frameset cols="16%,64%" frameborder="1">
>        		<frame src="waivernav.xsl" name="a" 
> marginwidth="0" 
> marginheight="0" frameborder="1" title="Navigation Area"/>
>        		<frame src="waiverhome.xsl" name="b" 
> marginwidth="0" 
> marginheight="0" frameborder="1" title="ESMO Configuration 
> Modification Request Home Page"/>
>     		</frameset>
> 
> Below is the html that used onclick (in waivernav.html) to put the 
> target frame in the right-hand frame:
> 
> <TD ALIGN=center id=srch abbr="Search for a CMR">
>              <P><INPUT TYPE=button NAME=SearchSyLg 
> VALUE="Search  CMRs 
> " 
> onclick="window.top.b.location.href='FMPro?-db=WebWaivers.fp5&
> -lay=Normal&-format=WaiverSearch.htm&-view';return 
> true;"></P>
>           </TD>
> 
> 
> In the XSLT, I am using many forms to get buttons to work to make the 
> target pags to work properly with Filemaker Pro. Below is one of the 
> forms used with a button:
> 
> <form method="post" name="SearchforCMR"><xsl:attribute 
> name="action">waiversearch.xsl</xsl:attribute>
> 
> 					<p><input type="hidden" 
> name="-db" value="WebWaivers"/>
> 						<input type="hidden" 
> name="-lay" value="Normal"/>
> 						<input type="hidden" 
> name="-token.error" value="search_error.xsl"/>
> 						<input type="Submit" 
> name="-view" value="Search"/>
> 
> 
> 					</p>
> </form>
> 
> I have tried many different things, but can't figure out where to put 
> onclick to do the same thing in xsl (the pages always wind up taking 
> up the whole page) or whether there is some other way to do this.
> 
> Any suggestions would be appreciated.
> 
> Thanks.
> 
> Shirley Gasch
> -- 
> Shirley Gasch                                         Phone:  
> (301) 794-2164
> Computer Sciences Corporation       Fax:    (301) 794-8355
> 7700 Hubble Drive, Rm N384
> Lanham/Seabrook, Md.  20706         email: sgasch@xxxxxxx

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