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I have a technical question... Not about tidy

From: Ranney, Jeffrey <jeffrey.ranney@eds.com>
Date: Tue, 21 Jul 2009 10:41:00 -0400
Message-ID: <A799A23D7423B84485C7D38C3A993F8203B6A0A1@usahm206.amer.corp.eds.com>
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I have scoured the web and cannot find out how to do what I want to do... I am hoping someone can help me with your group.

I have written a small web page which runs from my hard-drive.
It allows me to put in several(6) websites which I want to check if they exist. 
If the web site exists, I want it to open.
If it doesn't exist, I do not want it to open. 

It is running Java Script to do the opens and currently it simply opens all 6.. Those pages which get an ERROR, I just manually close.

The W3.ORG Validator does this kind of thing against one web page and it simply replies that the web page does not exist.

The code I have is as follows (on the 5th dataset) : 

        if (fnam05 != '')
          thedsn = theurl+fnam05+"("+mnam+")'";

Is there a way to do what I want in Java Script? 

Jeffrey Ranney
Information Specialist Senior
MCS MAC Support
Medicare Part B Shared Systems Claims Processing Maintenance Contract
EDS, an HP company
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Please consider the environment before printing anything... 

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