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ACP and Browsers: Setting up an Example


In this and the next part of this five-part series, we look at the code for a simple example of Active Client Pages that uses Chrysís Approach. We shall use this example to demonstrate how browsers respond to ACP. This example was described in the previous part of the series. To save time and writing space, I will not repeat the description here.

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By: Chrysanthus Forcha
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September 08, 2009
TABLE OF CONTENTS:
  1. · ACP and Browsers: Setting up an Example
  2. · The Master Page
  3. · The HEAD Element Content
  4. · The Second Page

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ACP and Browsers: Setting up an Example - The Master Page
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All the content for the windowPhaseSimpleExample.htm file is the master page. The master page is at level zero in the tree. 

Skeleton of the Master Page

This is the skeleton of the master page:


<html>

<head>

<script type="text/javascript">

function precedeOrReturn(name)

{

//the Backward Propagation Code

}


function openWin1()

{

//statements to open the next window

}

</script>

</head>

<body>

This is page 0<br />

<button type="button" onclick="openWin1()">Open Page 1</button>

<script type="text/javascript">


var storeVarMaster = "It worked!";


window.name = "master";


//code with Ajax to prepare the next page which is a window


</script>

</body>

</html>


Let us look at the skeleton code from top to bottom.

The Main HTML Tags

You have the <html></html> tags that embody everything. You have the head tags, which have JavaScript. You have the BODY tags, which have the HTML elements that are seen, plus a JavaScript.

The HEAD Element

The HEAD element has a JavaScript, which has two functions. The first function is precedeOrReturn(name). This function is the Backward Propagation code.

The next function is openWin1(). There is a button in the BODY element of the page. When this button is clicked, this function is called; it opens the next window in the session.

The BODY Element

The BODY element has the HTML elements that are displayed, plus a JavaScript.

Let us now look at the element contents in detail.


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