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  1. #1
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    DHTML - how can I declare it?

    We have some DHTML code that uses text rather than a graphic for the user to click on. Silk lets you click on a graphic, but not HTMLText. Any ideas how I can click on the text, or get Silk to recognize the text as a link?

    Here's the source code:
    <DIV
    id = leftMenu
    align = center
    style = "
    position : absolute;
    top : 105;
    left : 10;
    width : 155;
    color : saddleBrown
    display : none;">

    <SPAN
    class = menuItem
    onClick = 'window.navigate( "LibraryJava.asp" )'
    onMouseOver = 'menuOn( this )'
    onMouseOut = 'menuOff( this )'>
    Home
    </SPAN>

    Here's the Silk declaration:
    [-] HtmlHeading Home
    [ ] tag "Home"

    tom

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    Re: DHTML - how can I declare it?

    Have you tried selecting the text by cursor positioning, I know this is not very good, but could be a work around.

 

 

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