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|Calling external JS files|
How do I place JS WITHIN JS?
| 2:21 pm on May 19, 2001 (gmt 0)|
I have a question related to calling external JS files.
I have the following code in a .JS file:
document.writeln('<a href=\"http://www.education.com\" TARGET=\"_BLANK\" TITLE=\"For an online directory of distance graduate programs, click here!\"> Click here!</a>');
It works perfectly...
I would like to add a mouseover command to it, i.e.:
onMouseOver="window.status='Click here now to visit Education.com!';return true" OnMouseOut="window.status='';return true"
How can I place the onMouseOver command in the code at the top of this page?
Thank you very much :)
| 8:02 pm on May 19, 2001 (gmt 0)|
The OnMouseOver is an attribute that has to go within the link, and so can't be made external to the page - it has to be within the link.
| 8:54 pm on May 19, 2001 (gmt 0)|
I answered this with code on the other thread about JS navigation links.
The following version works - it was just a question of your single quotation marks closing the writeIn before you were finished.
document.writeln('<a href="http://www.education.com" TARGET="_BLANK" TITLE="For an online directory of distance graduate programs, click here!" onMouseOver="window.status=' + "'Click here now to visit Education.com!'" + ';return true" OnMouseOut="window.status=' + "''" + ';return true"> Click here!</a>');
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