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Old May 9th, 2006, 09:11 AM
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Lightbulb Need Help - problem with browsers while parsing innerHTML at clientside

Hii,

I am trying to parse the innerHTML from a treeview like this...

//InnerHTML = "<INPUT id=TreeViewPR1_TreeView1n14CheckBox title=Hostage type=checkbox CHECKED name=TreeViewPR1_TreeView1n14CheckBox>
//<SPAN class=\"TreeViewPR1_TreeView1_0 TreeViewPR1_TreeView1_1\" id=TreeViewPR1_TreeView1t14 title='Extract This string'>Hostage</SPAN>"

function AddNodeid(InnerHTML)
{

var TitleIndex=InnerHTML.lastIndexOf("title=");

if (TitleIndex > 0)
{
var SubString= InnerHTML.substring(TitleIndex+6, InnerHTML.length+1);


var EndIndex=SubString.indexOf("id="); // For Firefox

if(EndIndex <=0)
EndIndex=SubString.indexOf(">"); // For IE

var Nodeid=SubString.substring(0, EndIndex);

alert(Nodeid);
}
else
alert("No NodeId");
}


the problems are becoz of browsers..

Firefox interchanges the positions of title and id in tag...

and another prob with this code is that IE returns id without quotes( i.e 01) but FF returnsin double quotes(i.e "01").

can you tell why this happens and is there a way by which I can directly get title, value pair.


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Old May 9th, 2006, 04:06 PM
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What are you trying to achieve? I think there is a probably a better way to do it than by using innerHTML.

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Old May 10th, 2006, 12:18 AM
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Sorry for not telling this before, actually i am accessing innerHTML like this
for a treeview control in asp.net..

AddNodeid(event.srcElement.parentNode.innerHTML);

correct you are we can access title directly by-

event.srcElement.nextSibling.title

can you tell me various differnces between FF and IE, like tag's they support..

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