.html document .innerHTML invisible frames dynamic passage referencing

Discussion in 'Javascript' started by google1@eastontario.com, Dec 17, 2005.

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    Here's some sloppy 'flow of consciousness' en route somehow suggesting
    a new browser function recommendation to a standards organization,
    perhaps something for W3:

    Using .innerHTML and frames, construct a page that has as one frame the
    contents of any referencing link, using javascript, to contain that
    page:
    Instead of a standards board offering introduction of an eventual:
    repNumber="7"
    and
    word="figure"
    as variables in a URL call such as:
    <a href=http://www.gutenberg.org/dirs/etext97/blkhs12h.htm repNumber=7
    word="figure">
    consider an intermediate javascript/frames abomination that uses
    properties:
    ..innerHTML
    frames
    javascript dynamic chopping of a url call including the name property
    to encapsulate any referenced page, including such as
    http://www.gutenberg.org/dirs/etext97/blkhs12h.htm
    in such as a call
    http://www.eastontario.com/promo/fr...org/dirs/etext97/blkhs12h.htmZZZ7ZZZfigureZZZ
    as one frame, an .innerHTML property of which could be chopped up with
    regular expressions into period separated arrays elements each of which
    could be searched and discarded until an 'nth' occurrence suggests new
    demarcation and measurement begins.
    That demarcation continues until the end marker is found.
    Ideally, the entire page, in memory, is in an invisible frame, while
    the relevant section is presented as the entire contents, the original
    download a click from that frame and a click back possible.
     
    , Dec 17, 2005
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