Assuming that you've already read the previous installment of this series, you'll recall that I went through the development of an intuitive user interface. It allowed users to enter different options to create those popular list-wrapped links. The interface initially included three basic input elements for controlling the number of list items to be generated, as well as for supplying the respective class and ID attributes for the referenced list.
Logically, this relevant function was triggered by an "onchange" event handler, attached to the initial select box that was provided with the initial user interface. This means that the complete front end that belongs to this application is generated by a few progressive steps, according to the list options selected by the user.
So far, so good. In its current incarnation, the list generator is only capable of displaying the mentioned list controls; it lacks a proper area inside the web document where the all the generated (X)HTML markup that corresponds to the list-wrapped links can be copied and pasted. Thus, the question that comes now is: how can this process be performed?