JS exercise - JS Code Reader

JS Code Reader
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Code Reader Tute #1 
http://members.tripod.com/~ulTRICK/tools/codereader1.html Code Reader Tute #2
http://members.tripod.com/~ulTRICK/tools/codereader2.html

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JS CODE READER TOUR: 

Below is the basic layout of the Code Reader. It contains three form boxes. 
NOTE: THIS CODE READER IS NOT FUNCTIONAL!! 

INPUT BOX: where you enter JS commands. 
  These commands can take TWO forms: 
  1:ifr.commands tend to work on the embeded page
  2:plain JS commands tend to work on the main page.

RESULTS: where you get Results. 

NOTE PAD: You can C&P the Results here so they can be
later removed.


When a URL embed is chosen and the Code Reader is installed, the page you selected will also appear at the bottom of the three boxes. 

JAVASCRIPT INPUT: Commands go in this box:

RESULTS: C&P and transfer to Note Pad 

NOTE PAD: collect data here


INSTALLING THE CODE READER To install the code reader there are several considerations. First, it must be installed into a form... such as a search box. Second: it must be in a part of the browser where JS is active. While WNI is constantly trying to kill JS and prevent our direct access to WTV URLs, this may be a fool's errand. This selective sabotage of key browser functions but only in certain areas of the browser may always be doomed to fail. Third: Another key consideration is whether the form you are using has a limit on text characters. Some forms have text limits of 15 characters, some 80, some 150, some unlimited. PICKING AN EMBED One of the main uses of the Code Reader was in analyzing WebTV pages for their links and form elements/action codes. This use has diminished in importance since PCs have been able to get so much WTV Page source code... not that everyone has access to these page codes. The second key use for the Code Reader was that it might provide quick access to WTV URLs on web pages... such as those in my Code Section. USEFUL JAVASCRIPT COMMANDS These commands are to be used in top box. Codes can be used in either of two ways: 1: with an "ifr." prefix for the embeded page 2: as they are written for the main page.

[form]Javascript:[br][input id=js rows=2 cols=60 onChange="txt.value=eval(this.value)"][br]Results:[br][textarea id=txt ROWS=2 COLS=60][/textarea][br]Notes:[br][textarea ROWS=15 COLS=60][/textarea][/form][iframe id=ifr src="URL_GOES_HERE" width=400 height=400]


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Javascript:

Results:

Notes: