Is there a way to get a element to link to a location without wrapping it in an

Inline Javascript: <button onclick=”window.location=’’;”>Visit Page Now</button> Defining a function in Javascript: <script> function visitPage(){ window.location=’’; } </script> <button onclick=”visitPage();”>Visit Page Now</button> or in Jquery <button id=”some_id”>Visit Page Now</button> $(‘#some_id’).click(function() { window.location=’’; });

VBA to open Excel hyperlink does not work when hyperlink generated with a formula

I’m wondering if anyone has had a similar problem, and why the formula generated hyperlinks are not working for me. Alas, this seems to be painful truth: Excel does not add to Hyperlinks collection formula-generated links – below is the screen from the debugger which is pointed to =HYPERLINK(“”;”Google”): I’m not sure whether this is … Read more

Hyperlink in JEditorPane

There’s a few parts to this: Setup the JEditorPane correctly The JEditorPane needs to have the context type text/html, and it needs to be uneditable for links to be clickable: final JEditorPane editor = new JEditorPane(); editor.setEditorKit(JEditorPane.createEditorKitForContentType(“text/html”)); editor.setEditable(false); Add the links You need to add actual <a> tags to the editor for them to be … Read more

link element onload

Today, all modern browsers support the onload event on link tags. So I would guard hacks, such as creating an img element and setting the onerror: if !(‘onload’ in document.createElement(‘link’)) { imgTag = document.createElement(img); imgTag.onerror = function() {}; imgTag.src = …; } This should provide a workaround for FF-8 and earlier and old Safari & … Read more