Altering HTML Text
andre at andregarzia.com
Tue Feb 23 09:11:03 CST 2010
can you send me or us, the htmltext prior to your insertion and after it?
On Tue, Feb 23, 2010 at 2:38 PM, Ray Horsley <Ray at linkit.com> wrote:
> Thanks Jim, but we may be speaking of two different things here. I'm
> really not setting the htmlText of a field at all. Instead, I'm using the
> RevBrowse library of commands to display a URL. The goal is to get the
> source code of the html (like you would with 'View Source' in a browser),
> alter it, and then use the RevBrowse commands once again to re-display the
> new URL.
> The way I'm getting the source code is using something like:
> put revBrowserGet(sBrowserId,"htmlText") into mySourceCode
> I'd then like to alter it and put it back with something like:
> revBrowserSet sBrowserId,"htmlText", mySourceCode
> The problem is, even if I don't alter it and simply put it back as I found
> it I don't get the same display.
> Any further ideas are always appreciated!
> On Feb 22, 2010, at 5:20 PM, Jim Ault wrote:
> On Feb 22, 2010, at 8:01 PM, Ray Horsley wrote:
>>> Is the HTML encoding a property as in get the htmlEnccoding of myVar, or
>>> is it something else?
>>> Fields have the htmlText property since they display text.
>> Variables don't display text.
>> You can put the htmlText of fld 1 into a variable, or a custom property,
>> or write it to a file.
>> Hope this helps.
>> Jim Ault
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