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This script extracts html name and give it to a src with a js file in an other domain.
There is a syntax problem in this script which I couldnt find:
var fileName =location.pathname.substring(location.pathname.lastIndexOf('/')+1);
What is the correct syntax?
Firstly, doesn't location.pathname have back-slashes instead of forward-slashes? Try lastIndexOf('\')+1
Secondly, when it works, I think you'll get the following URL in your src attribute (note the unwanted ".htm"):
Thirdly, get rid of the HTML comments (I heard somewhere that some browsers don't like them): <!-- and //-->
Pathnames on the WWW are UNIX-based, so they do use forward slashes.
You could try escaping all the slashes and the < in your strings:
var fileName = location.pathname.substring(location.pathname.lastIndexOf('\/')+1);
document.write('\074script src=\042http:\/\/www.abc.com\/path\/' + fileName + '.js\042>\074\/script>');
That should ensure the code will validate if it's an embedded script.
There's no actual syntax error that I can find. Perhaps you could describe what actually happens and what error message you are getting.
Thanks for your help guys.
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