You were right.  There was a typo in my javascript.  I was very and decided to retype 
the entire script all over again.  It turned out that I left out a angle bracket.  

Thanks for your help.

On Sun, 07 January 2001, John Morton wrote:

> On 7 Jan 2001 17:51:24 -0800 LARRY CHUON <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
> > Hi Zopistas,
> > 
> > Happy New Year!
> > 
> > I'm working with SiteSummary and would like htmlPreview to grab the URL
> > and open it up in a new window.  It's not working correct.  I'm unsure
> > how Zope handle javascript either.
> Zope handles javascript in the same way it handles html - it just sends
> it to the client and let's the browser figure out what to do with it.
> DTML, on the other hand, is interpreted beforehand, and the results are
> sent to the browser. 
> >  Any help is greatly appreciated. 
> > Below is my htmlPreview.  I also tried to put the javascript function
> > (I'm new to js as well) in a file and import it to the same directory as
> > standard_html_header.  Then I add <SCRIPT LANGUAGE="JavaScript"
> > SRC="openMe.js"></SCRIPT> to stand_html_header.  That doesn't work
> > either. By the way, js doesn't seen to work well in Zope.  I could n't
> > find much info on-line.  
> [cut]
> > <P><A href="javascript:openMe('<dtml-var url html_quote>')"><dtml-var linktext 
> My understanding of what happens when this link is traversed is that the
> browser calls the javascript function 'openMe(...)', which should already
> defined in the page. It doesn't attempt to fetch anything from the server
> with that URL.
> So what you need to do is ensure that htmlPreview include the function
> openMe by either including the code into the html document like this:
> <script language="JavaScript">
> <dtml-var name="openMe_js">
> </script>
> (note that I've replaced the dot in openMe.js with an underscore, as
> objects with dots in there ids need to be quoted to be used, and 
> 1) I've forgotten how to do it
> 2) Searching through the documentation has given me a headache
> )
> ...Or do what you did before:
> <SCRIPT LANGUAGE="JavaScript" SRC="<dtml-var 
> Use the absolute_url() method, so that the browser is sure of getting the
> right url for the script (which may have been your problem before).
> I'd use the first method as you can at least eyeball the html output of
> htmlPreview and see if the openMe function has acutally been include,
> before having to use whatever passes for javascript debugging in your
> browser.
> HTH,
> John

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