Is HTML text string within current scrolling visible area of browser window?

Jim Ault jimaultwins at yahoo.com
Sun Mar 27 20:25:11 EDT 2011



On Mar 27, 2011, at 12:27 PM, Keith Clarke wrote:

> Jim, you've pretty much hit the nail on the head, here. That's  
> exactly what I want to do - except that as I don't control the page  
> source, I can't insert marker tags or strings of my own. However,  
> there are unique strings that I know will be present on specific  
> pages. So, if I could do a simple check of whether they are 'in  
> view' in the scrolling browser window, I'd be very happy.
>
> Is there a magic bit of technical jargon that I could use in place  
> of 'in view' to tempt Google to be more forthcoming on what's  
> involved?
>


you are getting pretty much into the land of 'private published  
specialty material'
By that I mean that your topic will be something discussed by an  
author in one of his books, rather than covered where Google can index  
it.

You can try   'not hidden'  or  'visible'

I don't know your time frame, but
   you could visit the sites of a few JQuery gurus, etc and ask the  
question directly.
Another source is a JavaScript or JQuery forum where the moderators  
will know or point you in the right direction.

A third idea is to join one of the LISTSERV groups.  These threads  
aren't usually indexed by Google since they are strictly email based  
and not picked up by Gmane, etc.
   You can search/join here
            http://www.lsoft.com/lists/listref.html

Hope this helps.

Jim Ault
Las Vegas






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