[webkit-dev] How to detect the parameters in object tag?

tonikitoo (Antonio Gomes) tonikitoo at gmail.com
Wed May 13 10:16:21 PDT 2009

Another way to go could depending on the port you are using. if it
exposes DOM APIs (like qt does in trunk), for example, it is a matter
of DOM: get element by its id, traverse its "param" child nodes, and
get the "name" parameter value...

On Tue, May 12, 2009 at 8:56 PM, naixuan guan <guannaixuan at gmail.com> wrote:
> Hi, everyone
> Recently, I met a HTML page which has a object tag like this:
> <OBJECT id=player style="LEFT: 0px; WIDTH:100%; TOP: 0px; HEIGHT:100%"
> codebase= classid=>
>     <param name="URL" value="?">
>     <PARAM NAME="ShowUI" VALUE="1">
>     <PARAM NAME="volume" VALUE="90">
>     <PARAM NAME="autoPlay" VALUE="2">
>     <PARAM NAME="mute" VALUE="0">
>     <PARAM NAME="DropEnable" VALUE="0">
>     <PARAM NAME="EnableFullScreen" VALUE="0">
>     <PARAM NAME="ShowVideo" VALUE="1">
>     <param name="loop" value="2"/>
> <script language="JavaScript">
> document.player.URL = urlpath+file;
> </Script>
> I have two questions
> 1.how to detect the parameters in object tag?
> 2.specially, how to detect the "URL" param which is changed by Javascript?
> Thank you!
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--Antonio Gomes

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