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Editable Body tag in a Template

Thread began 6/04/2009 7:34 am by Travis250923 | Last modified 6/04/2009 2:52 pm by Justin Nemeth | 2235 views | 5 replies |

Travis250923

Editable Body tag in a Template

Any idea how to make the body tag editable in a template? I need to load a form from a cookie and need access to the body tag. I know I can add this by opening in notepad but would think there is an easy way to accomplish this.

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Joe Lowery

You can't turn the body tag into an editable region, but maybe there's another way to do what you want. You're trying to change something at design-time, not run-time, right?

Best- Joe

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Travis250923

I'm trying add the onload event to the body tag so that I can populate a form from a cookie.

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xag

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Travis250923

That should work and keep me from having to open in Notepad but seems silly there is not a way to place it in the body tag.

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Justin Nemeth

I would just use javascript to handle this....

window.onload = function() {
//your code
}


You can place that javascript in an external file, or in the head editable region.

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