[jQuery-append] includes HTML as well as JS
by, 08-20-2012 at 01:07 AM (36917 Views)
Create a string that is the JS-equivant of the DD Anylink standalone menu (or of any standalone menu) with the help of a good HTML-to-JS-converter. Make sure that all JS and CSS are made inline before conversion. Name the string included_js.
Create a script like this:
(in the Anylink-case, STRING representsw THIS) and put the script in a HTML-file. Put it just after the body tag.Code:<script> var included_js = STRING, where STRING represents the string you just created. </script>
Add another script (to the HTML-file), after the body tag (and after the preceding script) having this:
Of course, the HTML-file should also haveCode:<script> $("body").append(included_js) </script>
at the topCode:<script src="http://ajax.googleapis.com/ajax/libs/jquery/1.3/jquery.min.js"></script>
Open the file. You'll notice that the HTML-file shows a well functioning menu (Anylink, in our case). This shows that jQuery-append does not only bring in HTML, but also JS (and CSS).
If you don't want the menu to show on page load, but on click, we should not have:
but:Code:<script> $("body").append(included_js) </script>
and then lines like:Code:<script> $("body").append('<div style="display: none">'+included_js+'<\/div>') </script>
The string can be 'emptied' by doing:
What this show is that jQuery-append can be forced to act like some sort of asynchronous document.write. Of course, finding an elegant way of creating STRING (other than using a HTML-to_JS-converter and without spoiling things) is another matter.