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show("div6")

I have the following Javascript.
function show(d){
if(obj=document.all(d)) obj.style.display=""
}
The html then callsd 'show("div6"). But, what is ("div6") and where it
is defined? I know "div6" is a menu, but I don't know where it is
defined.

<a href="#" onMouseOut="MM_swapImgRestore()"
onMouseOver="MM_swapImage('Image56','','images/top-1_03.gif',1)">
<img src="images/top_03.gif" name="Image56" width="97" height="21"
border="0"></a></TD>
<TD class=flyoutLink
onMouseOut='hide("div6")'onMouseOver='show("div6") '>

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Jul 23 '05 #1
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eddie wang wrote:
I have the following Javascript.
function show(d){
if(obj=document.all(d)) obj.style.display=""
}
This function will fail on browsers that do not support the document.all
collection (any Gecko based browser - Mozilla, Firefox, Camino, Netscape 4,
any KHTML based browser, etc).
The html then callsd 'show("div6"). But, what is ("div6") and where it
is defined? I know "div6" is a menu, but I don't know where it is
defined.


"div6" isn't defined anywhere in the code you showed us. Presumably it's
the ID attribute of a <DIV> HTML tag, you'd have to put it on your page as:

<div id="div6">Some text</div>

for the function above to do anything.

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Jul 23 '05 #2

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