javascript XAMPP problem, minixampp OK

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javascript XAMPP problem, minixampp OK

Postby andijota » 26. February 2006 18:43

javascript XAMPP problem, minixampp OK


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triviale loesung:: in php....ini's (habe es in 4 files gefunden)..

register_globals = on

..setzen, dann klappt's auch mit XAMPP und Treedoc.org
.. .. ..dann Treedoc bisschen umproggen.. :-)
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unter minixampp funzt javascript fuer treedoc von treedoc.org, aber unter XAMPP nit. habe dann XAMPP deinstalliert und minixampp installiert: geht alles.

wuerde aber gern XAMPP nehmen, weil mercury gleich mit drinn ist.

vermute ich muesste in einer config oder ini was aendern um javascript mit XAMPP zu benutzen?

zB: apache bin php.ini
[Java]
;java.class.path = .\php_java.jar
;java.home = c:\jdk
;java.library = c:\jdk\jre\bin\hotspot\jvm.dll
;java.library.path = .\

aber JAVA is kein JAVAscript :-(
Last edited by andijota on 27. February 2006 21:58, edited 1 time in total.
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Postby Wiedmann » 26. February 2006 18:50

JavaScript ist ja völlig unabhängig vom Server, da es ja nur im Client ausgeführt wird.

Bleibt also die Frage was nicht geht (evtl. mit einem kurzen Testbeispiel)?
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Postby andijota » 27. February 2006 08:46

genau das document, bei dem unter XAMPP der fehler auftritt:
der eingebettete text klappt nicht auf
sieht man hier mit einem klick. [ ein klick auf die hellgruene zeile oeffnet den eingebetteten text , zweiter klick zum schliessen ]

http://www.treedoc.org

und das ist auch gleichzeitig die beschreibung wie treedoc funzt.


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 // the the javascript stuff
      // is for both NS and MSIE javascript, to keep track of scroll locations, but only
      // applies if javascript is enabled
      if ( !$GLOBALS[ "noJS"]){
   echo "<form name=\"scrollForm\" action=\"$mySelf\" method=\"get\">\n";
   echo "<input name=\"scrollTarg\" type=\"hidden\" value=\"-1\">\n";
   echo "<input name=\"s\" type=\"hidden\" value=\"\">\n";
   echo "<input name=\"c\" type=\"hidden\" value=\"\">\n";
   echo "<input name=\"noJS\" type=\"hidden\" value=\"\">\n";
     
   // the <noscript> part below gives non-JS users a chance to use the old anchor-based
   // almost-scrolling by creating the form variable noJS, which is then passed page-to-page
    echo "<NOSCRIPT><font color='red'>\n";
    echo "ATTENTION: Your browser seems not to use Javascript...so if the links below don't
               work, try clicking this button: \n";
    echo "   <input type=\"hidden\" name=\"noJS\" value=\"1\">\n";
    echo "   <input type=\"submit\" value=\"Try w/o Javascript\"><br>\n";
    echo " (Unfortunately, you may also miss out on link-highlighting,
                 the most potent visual trick of TreeDoc.  Sorry...I don't understand
                 why, so I can't fix it.)<br>\n";
    echo "</font></NOSCRIPT>\n";
    echo "   </form>\n";
   }

      echo "<script language=\"javascript\" >\n";

      // scrollTarget is the place to scroll back to (where the page was upon clicking)
      echo "var scrollTarget = -1;\n";



This page reminds you how to use the TreeDoc functions. For full explanations, see the folder pages on the grey folder-tabs above; for full examples, look at the TreeDoc documentation page source. To view this page separately, hit the "+" link at the very bottom.
inlink( LINK TEXT/SRC, EXPANDED TEXT/SRC, [optional: pagelink, astext, start=open])

For example,


<? inlink( "my link tab", "Some text which will appear in-place") ?>
<? inlink( "myIcon.gif", "fancyPage.php", "pagelink") ?>

tabRow( LINK_ARRAY, [optional: nobar, narrow, pagelink, astext, start=open])

For example,


$linkArray2 = array( "A real link" => "This one works, right?",
"text w/o link" => "",
"Another real link" => "Yup, this works too." );
tabRow( $linkArray2, "nobar start=open2" ); ?>

headWrapper( TITLE, [optional: META DESCRIPTION], [optional: META KEYWORDS])

For example


headWrapper( "TreeDoc Documenation",
"TreeDoc is a method for making HTML tree-control documents",
"HTML, PHP, tree, HCI, GUI, UI, graphical, interface, hypertext," );
or
headWrapper( "TreeDoc Documenation",
"TreeDoc is a method for making HTML tree-control documents" );
or
headWrapper( "TreeDoc Documenation" );


footWrapper()

For example


footWrapper();

setBG( FONTDEPTH )

For example


setBG( 1 );

will let a page hit directly have the same background color as the same page hit as a top-level inlink (i.e. depth = 1). Use this function before headWrapper().
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Postby Wiedmann » 28. February 2006 23:06

Das Script ist ja schon etwas älter und verlässt sich noch auf "register_globals = On".
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