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i am trying to disable some of the anchor tags which are linked with particular onmouseover and onmouseout events.i have written a javascript function.when i called this function on load of the document body, it is able to disable the tags.But when the body of the page has iframes, this script is unable to disable the tags with in the iframes. since "document.getel emetbytags" is not returning the anchor tags with in the iframe.so i need to put this script in the iframe source file and i need to call this function on load of the body of the iframe. since my site has so many iframes i would need to repeat this task so many times.

Without even including the script in the iframe source file, and the below code on all the iframe tags,

onload=javascri pt:linkdisablin g function();

is there any way to make the iframes to call and access this function onload ?

please notify me if my question is unclear .
Feb 15 '09 #1
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gits
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in your iframe's onload just call something like that:

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  1. parent.disable_my_nodes(document);
  2.  
so just pass the document to the function and note that the shown example works when the iframe is a direct child of your document ... otherwise you may use top or parent.parent for example.

kind regards
Feb 15 '09 #2
Revathi Balakrishnan
40 New Member
This code works very well, Thanks alot for the reply.

but i still have a probelm in implementing this.
My Web site has large number of iframes, and the content of the iframe starts in one file and ends in another file,so inserting a body tag and an onload method in the body tag becomes a bit difficult. hence i thought of inserting the below javascript to all my iframes , but it does not work.
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  1.   <script type="text/javascript">
  2.              document.body.onLoad = link disabling_function (document) {
  3.                 function body
  4.             }
  5.         </script>
  6.  
help me to spot the problem in this script.
Is there any other way to make this function to be called onload of the iframe content.
Feb 16 '09 #3
gits
5,390 Recognized Expert Moderator Expert
i don't get it ... could you give a simplified example for the structure you are using? one page, one iframe with it's example content, and how yuo use the javascript code in it? this should make it clear where the problem would be.

kind regards
Feb 16 '09 #4
Revathi Balakrishnan
40 New Member
To make my iframe to access my javascript function i thought of inserting the below tag in my iframes.
<body onload="link disabling_funct ion (document) ;">
</body>
but most of my iframe's content starts in one file and ends in another file,
hence to insert a body tag for an iframe i require to change two files for an iframe.
Hence without doing this if i thought of including the below script in all iframe's content.
<script type="text/javascript">
document.body.o nLoad = link disabling_funct ion (document)();
</script>

But the script does not work.

Please help me to make the script work, or suggest me a method , to call this function [link disabling_funct ion]onLoad of the iframe.
Feb 17 '09 #5
Revathi Balakrishnan
40 New Member
i would like to know, if there is any other method ,which would make my iframes to call my function onLoad, with out even inserting anycode in the iframe content.
Feb 17 '09 #6
gits
5,390 Recognized Expert Moderator Expert
are all iframes-contents from your domain and does they not! have an onload already?
Feb 17 '09 #7

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