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<body>

 <div id="nav">
   <ul>
      <li id="9ebae5de1075efb4699abaaf106acf57">get content</li>
   </ul>
 </div>

 <div id="data">
    <-- load content xml here and style with xsl-->
 </div>

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 ?xml version="1.0" ?> 
<document>
	<section id="6935f04648c3c3b47542a63ca4609cc7">
		<data>Start cover</data>
	</section>
	<section id="9f0c662896f9d254c1c265bc1b7af92d">
		<data>TOC</data>
	</section>
	<section id="f824d88cb5b7cef4cd861b2be72e04bb">
		<data>Argumentary</data>
		<chapter id="ebdddb985a739f84b58fcca1fb2ca378">
			<data>Chapter 1</data>
			<subchapter id="be91fade2e1cf544f93919b17d300e10">
				<data>Subchapter 1.1</data>
				<topic id="3b942fae1596a5e4a94c073ea040781e">
					<data>Topic A</data>
					<paragraph id="9ebae5de1075efb4699abaaf106acf57" level="1">Welldone</paragraph>
					<paragraph id="30ddac0f0c0de76479e64d16ed645873" level="2">not so good</paragraph>
					<paragraph id="1a53acd31aaa89d40172923ff2b20cb2" level="3">That look good.</paragraph>
					<paragraph id="a389dad1a9ddf9c4190cf6e2caf5bc25" level="1">yes it it.</paragraph>
				</topic>
				<topic id="9bafd300ad209e9489a4dd7acf0a6e06">
					<data>Topic B</data>
					<paragraph id="f65352c0e8ce90e4b990c3a0a8087968" level="1">Some text hello </paragraph>
					<paragraph id="e985b199564be424f52cf9d190bc42f2" level="1">some text.</paragraph>
				</topic>
			</subchapter>
</chapter>
</section>

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I want when user cick on li that has id= 9ebae5de1075efb4699abaaf106acf57 then load content from xml put back ( fomart with xsl to <div id="data">)

Anyone could give me some code that I achieved this?
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Question by:pelnisgproup
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by:Rob
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How are you loading the xml? Ajax?
What is the server environment? Ie php, .net
I would suggest loading the xml into JavaScript when the page loads, parsing into an object/array, indexed by your UIDs.
I'll post some code showing you what I mean when I get back to my computer
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by:Rob
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This was an example of leading and parsing xml that I did the other day http://jsbin.com/UkufIGi/2/edit
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Data with your example: http://jsbin.com/oFIbebi/4/edit

$(document).ready(function() {
  // in the following function you would use type: 'xml'
  // and url is the url of your xml on your server
  // the url must be on the same domain as your website
  $.ajax({
    method: 'get',
    url: 'OJoXiWe/2/',
    type: 'json',
    success: function(data) {
      // when type: 'xml' above, data will contain the xml in an object so the following is only relevant for this example / testing
      parser=new DOMParser();
      window.xmlDoc=parser.parseFromString(data.javascript,"text/xml");
      
      // xmlDoc will be the same as data when type: 'xml' and url are on your site
      
 console.log($(xmlDoc).find("paragraph[id=9ebae5de1075efb4699abaaf106acf57]").text());
    }
  });

$("li").on("click",function() {
// alert(this.id);
var msg=$(xmlDoc).find("paragraph[id="+this.id+"]");
alert(msg.text());
});
});

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