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user control with <html> tags

Posted on 2004-08-12
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Our designer comes up with a page header with javascript code in it.  The script makes image rollover.  Its code looks like

<html>
<head>
<script language="JavaScript">
function xxx()
...

</script>
<body onload="functionName()">

...
<img onMouseOver="functionName()"
...
</body>
</head>
</html>

 I have made the header as an user control and put it in every page.  But the html page viewer gets has <html> tags embeded in <p> tags since the user control introduces them.

Please advise how I can solve the problem.


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Question by:Jinghui Li
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trevorhartman earned 500 total points
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get rid of the <html> tags.  something like this:

<script language="JavaScript">
function xxx()
...

window.onLoad= functionName();
</script>

...
<img onMouseOver="functionName()"
...


-Trevor
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by:Jinghui Li
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So no onload in the <body> tag?
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you don't need it.  the window.onLoad=functionName() takes care of that
-Trevor
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