VS: VS: VS: Newbie: get hyperlink working?
Esa.Kivela at ncrc.fi
Tue Sep 10 05:54:01 CDT 2002
> -----Alkuperäinen viesti-----
> Lähettäjä: Jan Schenkel [mailto:janschenkel at yahoo.com]
> Lähetetty: 10. syyskuuta 2002 13:23
> Vastaanottaja: use-revolution at lists.runrev.com
> Aihe: Re: VS: VS: Newbie: get hyperlink working?
> --- Esa_Kivelä <Esa.Kivela at ncrc.fi> wrote:
> > [snip]
> > Hmmm that button write that typed text fron text
> > field into www-page (don't ask me users just want
> > that).
> > So if INSIDE text field is like httP://ncrc.fi so
> > when button is pressen how it can write that
> > "http://ncrc.fi" as link into www page not as text
> > from text field?
> > EsaK
> Hi Esa,
> If I understand you correctly, you want a text field,
> where users can type in all sorts of stuff, and then
> select a chunk of text, and click a button "Make link"
> to add a HREF style link.
Nope: hmm here is exaple:
lets assume that in the text field some typed like "hey chek this link www.ncrc.fi for more information" and press SAve button then in the save button its puts hole text wield into html-dokument BUT now its hole thing appear as text also that hyperlink.
What I try to do that same text appear in the html dokument as text but that www.ncrc.fi or what ever usres typed as link among the tehxt works like link in html-document when save button is pressed.
> In that case, try the following:
> 1) set the button's "autoHilite" off
> 2) set its script to:
> on mouseUp
> put the selectedChunk into tChunk
> if tChunk is not empty and (word 4 of tChunk >= \
> word 2 of tChunk) then # there is a selection
> put the value of tChunk into tLink
> # you could adapt tLink (eg: prepend "http://")
> set the textStyle of tChunk to "link"
> set the linkText of tChunk to tLink
> end if
> end mouseUp
> If that wasn't what you wanted, I hope it helped
> anyway, and you're always free to post another
> Best regards,
> Jan Schenkel.
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