Document.selection.createRange();

Jul 20, 2005

Is there a NS7, Opera7 or Mozilla equivalent for:

document.selection.createRange();

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CreateRange() In Browsers != IE

Mar 19, 2003

I have a nice Javascript code which allows users to HTML format code in a textarea, similar to the code of Post New Thread page. It works great in Internet Explorer but it does nothing in other browsers.

It seems the problem resides in this two lines:

Code:
a=document.selection.createRange();
seleccio = a.text;
How can I arrange this lines in order to make them cross-browser? I really need this code to work, at least, in current versions of Netscape, Mozilla and Opera.

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Jul 23, 2005

function spawn(ev){
var oSelect = ''
var oFlag = false;
if (ns4 || ns6)
oSelect = document.getSelection();
else if (ie4 || ie5){
if (!ev)
ev = window.event;
oFlag = true;
oSelect = document.selection;
}
alert(oSelect.type);
}
if (oSelect == '')
return;
else{
//stuff
}

In Netscape 4.8 if text is not selected nothing happens which is what I want. Please
disregard the fact that oSelect.type is not Netscape compatible you are really
seeing only a partial of what I am doing.

The issue here comes from this page: Code:

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Is there a way to achieve in Firefox (and other browsers) what I achieve in
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Following code i modified to make it work in the firefox browser.

but its not working in firefox

if (document.selection)
{
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var sOldRange = objRange.text;

[Code]....

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I'll try to lay out what I'm trying to do. I register an mouseup handler on the document to fire a function to find what text is selected. Code:

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Code:
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Mar 17, 2007

Normally an SVG document is loaded/parsed/interpreted inside an HTML
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static this way.

I want to use the DOM interface to build SVG dynamically inside an HTML
document. I am guessing I can build it inside HTML within an 'object' (or
maybe 'iframe'?) element.

My intentions/goals:

In Javascript, I construct an object 'embedSVG' which has properties and
methods for creating valid SVG elements and setting their attributes and
attribute values.

During construction, the SVG document is created with its root element.
During debugging in FF 2.0 (I'll work on an MSIE-compatible format later),
I am using the Mozilla DOM Inspector and comparing nodes when the
'object' element is loading a valid external SVG document, and when I am
appending the child representing the SVG document created by the DOM
functions.

However the child node (#document) does not specify 'svg' as the root
element, but instead 'HTML'. Something is not working.

Here is the relevant code in 'ScriptTest.html' which is the HTML in which
the SVG is supposed to be embedded. Below it is the relevant code for
'svglib.js' which is supposed to contain code for building the SVG
dynamically.

What this code is supposed to do is load the HTML page and execute the
anonymous script, and draw a navy blue-bordered yellow rectangle on a
blank page. This is similar to the example in the SVG 1.1 W3C
Recommendation on page 202 of the 719-page PDF.

I am getting an exception when embedSVG object placeInHTML() method is
called: NS_ERROR_DOM_HIERARCHY_REQUEST_ERR. I find in DOM Inspector in
spite of or after the exception that a document is placed as a child of
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'body' elements placed.

Where am I blowing it?

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I'm not wuite sure how document.history functions - what degree of privacy is given to the user and to what extent can web pages get URLs from the user's history?

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[Code]..

But with this code it runs even when the user doesn't move their mouse and the notification box pops up every second as the code seems to think a still mouse is a moving mouse.

I was thinking about having a run once system but that would mean if the mouse moves it runs once and then if the mouse moves again the code will not run as it has already ran before.

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Any ideas how to change the target event (onkeydown/onkeypress) without writing the whole function twice?

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I have been searching for a way to trap changes done to the document object (mainly by the function document.write();).

Example of code that doesn't work:

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ed.document.open();
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ed.document.close();
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function do_function(body) {
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It only fires when the page loads, not when I change the text. You are free to use any event that works, but i think onchange was the one to fit this problem. The alert will write the initialpage, but will never write the tekst 'Hello' that is the new change.

Any javagurus out there know a solution to pick up any fired events triggered by document.write();

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For example:
Code JavaScript:
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I have tried including and it does not work. I have also tried document.writeln() and that also does not work. From what I have found on the Internet, one (if not both) of those methods should have worked.

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Code:
<body>
THE QUICK BROWN FOX JUMPED OVER THE LAZY OLD DOG
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When I run the above files the original text on default.htm is wiped and replaced by the document.writeln text in test2.js. What I wanted to happen was for this text to be added to the default.htm page (and not wipe what was already there). I believe this is because the htm file has already parsed.

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I need to eliminate the document.write for this bit of code

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document.write("Copyright &copy; 2001-"+ update + "&nbsp;" );

var showtext = "Tecknetix";
var mailpart1 = "webmaster";
var mailpart2 = "tecknetix.com";

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The reason is now I'm using <meta http-equiv="Content-Type" content="application/xhtml+xml; charset=utf-8" /> with xhmtl 1.1

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Here is a page with a demo on it so you can see how they changed document.write("<link rel="stylesheet" ...") around.

http://www.xml.com/lpt/a/2003/03/19/dive-into-xml.html

I think only the Moz1.4 supports application/xhtml+xml

You can see it on my 4 page site. http://www.tecknetix.com/

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Also, what about document.getElementById? When did Internet Explorer
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I ask because I'm wondering how necessary doing something similar to
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