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html onload help

Posted on 2014-02-02
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i want to do a onload for a class.

<BODY  onload="animated()">

my JavaScript file has this

function animated()
{
class="<? echo $XML->body?>";
}


I need to have it this way because as you see i will be loading php. The main index.HTML must be HTML not php.

this is why i am using JavaScript to load php code with out changing the index.HTML to php.

How can i use jquery for addClass
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Question by:armasmike
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by:Gary
ID: 39827834
If that javascript file is a separate file then putting php code in it won't work, you need to put the javascript in the php page itself.

To run the .html page as php add this to your .htaccess
AddType application/x-httpd-php .html

Is this running on Apache? If not then you will need to use
AddHandler application/x-httpd-php .html
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armasmike earned 0 total points
ID: 39827837
it work i got it working here it is


<BODY id="body" >



$(document).ready(function(){

$('#body').addClass('animated fadeInDown');

});

and yes your right about the javascript and php it must have *.php
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by:Ray Paseur
ID: 39827899
To anyone who comes across this question in the future, please do not do this:

class="<? echo $XML->body?>";

Instead, use the full PHP open-tag like this:

class="<?php echo $XML->body?>";

Or use the PHP short-echo tag like this:

class="<?=$XML->body?>";
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by:armasmike
ID: 39827912
Ray Paseur  can i ask why ?
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by:Ray Paseur
ID: 39828008
Sure.  The "short open" tag is a configuration option and is not guaranteed to be present in every PHP installation.  It also produces confusion when PHP and XML are used together.  The other two notations are supported by PHP and are not subject to configuration.
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by:armasmike
ID: 39828164
thank you i change all my code to use the PHP short-echo tag
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by:armasmike
ID: 39841377
i fix it my self
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