Ross Gardler wrote:
> Brian M Dube wrote:
> >Lipsius, Eric M wrote:
> >> This is how my code looks in my source file:
> >> Search Tools
> >> .....
> >> Am I not calling it correctly?
> >XDoc has no script element. I don't recall at the moment how this is
> >done with skins. By looking at pelt's document-to-html stylesheet, it
> >looks like this element will be stripped implicitly. I don't think the
> >solution calls for a custom skin, but I don't remember the details. It
> >may be injected by skinconf.xml the way extra CSS is handled. With
> >skins, I think the solution applies to every document and is not handled
> >per document.
> Hmmm... that's interesting. Our FAQ clearly states that this is
> possible, but it appears the FAQ entry is misleading. Brian is correct
> that the script element is not allowed in our XDoc.
> There has been some discussion in the past, in particular see 
> (which interestingly enough was written by me, but it was a long time
> ago so you'll forgive me for not remembering, I hope. Note that my
> reference to forrest:views at the end should now be read as
> "dispatcher" which is now pretty stable in the whiteboard and will
> almost certainly be moving out sometime in the near(ish) future.
> In  you will find a little more discussion from someone who tried,
> but failed to get this working. Let us know if you too have help, but
> out source so we'll be providing options and pointers rather than
> direct answers.
> It would be really helpful if you could provide us with a better
> answer to the FAQ question once you have this nailed.
>  http://firstname.lastname@example.org/msg00993.html
>  http://thread.gmane.org/gmane.text.xml.forrest.user/3703/focus=3709
There is a way to do it using xdoc source format.
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