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From Jason Johnston <>
Subject Re: Javascript Source File can not be directly loaded
Date Sat, 15 Sep 2007 14:47:46 GMT
Felix Knecht wrote:
> schrieb:
>> Hi there, i´ve since a few days much more problems with Javascript 
>> and Cocoon then ever...
>> Example(in this case there is in test.js a function named "test" 
>> and within of them an alert invocation ):
>> <xsl:template match="body">
>> <body> <script src="test/test.js" language="Javascript"/> 
>> <script>test();</script> </body>
> I had simular problems. What helped in my case was to have a starting
>  and ending tag for script like
> <body> <script src="test/test.js" language="Javascript"> <!-- Dummy 
> text --> </script> <script>test();</script> </body>

Yes, that's exactly it; Internet Explorer in particular will ignore
everything after a <script> tag if it is not closed with a </script>
tag.  Using the XML-style closing <script/> will not work.

Please note this has nothing to do with Cocoon in particular but is
simply a browser issue.

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