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Problem With Javascript

 
Rupashree Nayak
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we r showing the content file in javascript by document.write() method
for example document.write(<h1>Something</h1> ;
But i want to show this static content in a alert box with the output of that static file.
i was already tried for it but it was showing directly the texts not the output of that static content file.
So please help me to resolve this problem.
 
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Do you mean showing an alert message of the content after being parsed ???

(As you might not know, there's a Javascript forum at the ranch. A moderator will probably move this thread for you.)
 
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Moved to the HTML/Javascript forum.
 
Bear Bibeault
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So are you "Rupashree Naya" or "Ameet Gulhane"?

I find it difficult to believe that two different people would post the exact same question including all the same mis-spellings.
 
Rupashree Nayak
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Originally posted by Bear Bibeault:
So are you "Rupashree Naya" or "Ameet Gulhane"?

I find it difficult to believe that two different people would post the exact same question including all the same mis-spellings.


ya we r posted the same problem so we want answer.
 
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Again, do not cross-post the same question more than once. Either from the same account, or as a tag team.

Cross-posting wastes people's time when multiple redundant conversations take place.

If you want an answer to your question, take the time to post the question in the correct forum in the first place, and use real words. Abbreviations like "r" in place of "are" only make your posts harder to read.

I recommend that you read the articles linked as "Asking Smart Questions" in my signature.
[ June 14, 2006: Message edited by: Bear Bibeault ]
 
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