how to call js-file from js-file
I have wrote a FF-extension.
The extension consists of a dialog.
In the dialog file 'dlg.xul' I import a js-file with
I can now call functions form 'Menue.js' out of the
Now I want to import the js-file 'Tools.js' in the js-file 'Menue.js'.
content/Tools.js"/>' at the beginning of the file 'Me...Importing a .js file into a .js file
Its very simple as below.
For example, Requirement is to add reference in File1.js
need to take care is, the source path must be relative to the Page, rather than
to the File1.js
Thanks & Regards,
Arun Manglick || Senior Tech
Lead || http://arun-ts.blogspot.com/
Can it not be done like this :include('myFile1.js'); inclu...Importing a .js file in another .js file......
Here is one way to do it:
var html_doc = document.getElementsByTagName('head').item(0);
var js = document.createElement('script');
Is it possible to reference the functions from one js file in another js file?
Any help is greatly appreciated.
Try to include it with the include directive, that is put the following in your js file
<!-- #include file="yourfile.inc"-->
really, i didnt try it, but it should work, let me know if it works
CheerzThe best glimpse of heaven is on the way into hell ;)firstname.lastname@example.org://nonstopbiztalk.blogspot.com
I have include this .js file inside another .js file like this....
And I am getting an error from this line and can't see where...
document.write("<td background=images/myImg.jpg'><a href='mailto:email@example.com' target='_blank' onMouseOver='MM_swapImage('CO e-mail','',images/eImg.jpg',1)' onMouseOut='MM_swapImgRestore()'><img src=images/emailButton.jpg' alt=' CO e-mail' name='CO e-mail' width='157' height='50' border='0'></a></td>");
...Importing External JS files from an External JS file
ok I had a feeling that was the case, no probs and cheers.
Its very simple. Iin the page where are referring...referencing .js files from withen another .js file
Hi: How can I include a reference to a js file to use for objects in another js file
im looking for the code equivalent to "import" in vb.net, or "include" in c++ etc
Thanks a lot,
As far as I know there is no way to do it. All scripts should be referenced from hosting page and rendered in order of appearance. You can use objects from script already rendered.Leon LangleybenMCSD, ASP.NET MVPBlog
I've seen code in .js files that does something like:
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dojo.js ext-base.js ext-core.js jquery.js mootools.js
prototype.js yahoo.js yui-dom.js yui-event.js ...[Mozilla] <File Type>: ".url files not handled by Mozilla"
Mozilla seems to be unable to handle .URL files (test file)
For example a .url on my desktop is:
and its content is:
If I drag and drop this file in Mozilla, it simply show me the text
content without open the website.
2003-10-18 21:58 UTC: lorygami declared:
> Mozilla seems to be unable to handle .URL files (test file)
> Fo...Embedded Mozilla: Where is the prefs.js file found?
I'm working on Linux with mozilla 1.7.8
I have Mozilla embedded in my app and working well. But now I need to
setup proxy information
which has to be read from a prefs.js file. I have been reading the
mozilla sources but have failed to
figure out where the code looks for preference files.
My app is based on the code in mozilla/webshell/tests/viewer.
Can I just set an environement variables to get the code to read from a
directory of my choosing?
Do I have to modify my app sources to tell mozilla where the file is?
Barry Scott wrote:
> I'm working on L...mozilla/testing/performance/talos/page_load_test/v8 base.js crypto.js deltablue.js earley-boyer.js raytrace.js regexp.js richards.js run-crypto.html run-deltablue.html run-earley-boyer.html run-raytra
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check the type of script you put
Is it possible for you to post your code which is referring to css here?--Go for it now. The future is promised to no one.--
...firstname.lastname@example.org/chrome/content ipc-overlay.xul ipc.js quit.js
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ipc-overlay.xul ipc.js quit.js
bug 578343 (talos needs t...