Extract Links From Javascript (not Using Javascript)?

May 26, 2006

I am looking for a method to extract the links embedded within the
Javascript in a web page: an ActiveX component, or example code in
C++/Pascal/etc. I am looking for a general solution, not one tailored
to a particular page/script.

Hopefully, the problem can be solved without recreating a complete
Javascript interpreter. Any ideas?

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I had this idea to implement on the Kid's Activities page on the website for work and after hours and hours and hours of laboriously slaving over code (yeah, right... more like an hour, most of which was spent formatting and commenting the code) I just had to share it with people.

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I've also posted the code on the cyberdevdigest website at cyberdevdigest.com/code/javascript/rainbow_links.html (http://www.cyberdevdigest.com/code/javascript/rainbow_links.html).

-Tim


<script type='text/javascript'>
<!--
// JavaScript code to produce strobing rainbow-colored links
// on mouseovers. Coded by Timothy Boronczyk, © 2003.

// declare list of colors as a global array (goldenrod used
// because yellow was too difficult to against lighter
// backgrounds)
var colors = Array('red', 'orange', 'goldenrod', 'green',
'blue', 'purple');

// declare color pointer (current color in array by position)
var p_color = 0;

function strobe(x)
{
// set pointer to next color (reset pointer to beginning
// if current position is at the end of the list)
p_color = (p_color == 5) ? 0 : p_color + 1;

// set link color
document.links[x].style.color = colors[p_color];

return true; // no errors
}

function rainbow(link, toggle)
{
// determine which link called this function by matching
// the current key of the DOM's link array
for (id = 0; link != document.links[id]; id++);

if (toggle)
{
// identify setInterval function by name cycle and
// repeatedly call change_color passing current link
// array key
cycle = setInterval('strobe(id)', 100);
}
else
{
// terminate cycle calls
clearInterval(cycle);

// reset link color (assuming that green was original
// color)
link.style.color = 'green'
}

return true; // no errors
}
//-->
</script>

call using onmouseover and onmouseout event handlers, such as in this example:

<a href='link.html' onmouseover="rainbow(this, 1);"
onmouseout="rainbow(this, 0);">CLICK HERE</a>

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and didn't see the answer, read many similar posts (with no luck
though), and searched through the IRT.ORG Faqs
(www.irt.org/script/script.htm).

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at that point. So I removed that code and tried placing the resizing
code in the second Javascript file (resizewindow.js). BTW I've tried
other code to open a popup image and automatically size it ie Q1443 at
irt.org but that doesn't do exactly what we need.

Even if there is another way to do this with one file, I still want to
figure out why this isn't working in case I run into it in the future.

I thought what I would need to do to use document.writeln to write
Javascript would be to escape any special characters and to break
apart the script tag ie

document.writeln('</SCRIPT>');

would become

document.writeln('</SCR' + 'IPT>');

I have a HTML page and 2 Javascript files. All files are in the same
directory and have permissions set correctly.

Here are the 3 files (keep in mind wordwrap has jacked up the
formatting):

index.html
----------
<!DOCTYPE html PUBLIC "-//W3C//DTD HTML 4.01 Transitional//EN">
<html>
<head>
<title>Test</title>
<SCRIPT type="text/javascript" LANGUAGE="JavaScript1.1"
SRC="showimage.js">
</SCRIPT>
</head>

<body>
Click the house<BR>
<A ONCLICK="newWindow1('house1.jpg','Nice House')"><IMG
SRC="house1thumb.jpg"></A>
</body>
</html>


showimage.js
------------
function newWindow1(pic,sitename)
{

picWindow=window.open('','','width=25,height=25,sc rollbars=1,resizable=1');
picWindow.document.writeln('<html> <head>');
picWindow.document.writeln('<SCR' + 'IPT type="text/javascript"
LANGUAGE="JavaScript1.1" SRC="resizewindow.js"></SCR' + 'IPT>');
picWindow.document.writeln('</head>');
picWindow.document.writeln('<body onload="resizewindow();">');
picWindow.document.writeln('<img src=' + pic + '>');
picWindow.document.writeln('</body> </html>');
picWindow.document.close();
}

resizewindow.js
---------------
function resizewindow()
{
// Do resizing here.
// Right now this isn't being executed
alert("resizing window");
}


Can anyone provide some pointers as to why this javascript is failing?
I'm using IE6 on Win2k and when I click on the image to open the popup
window, it does open the window but it is white with no content and the
system immediately goes from about 4% CPU usage to 100% and
consistently stays there until I kill that window with the task
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Line: 8

The line that the javascript console is showing an error for is in italics.

code from page:

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