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Re: Substitute for onload event in XSLT-generated graphics

From: Rüdiger Plantiko <ruediger.plantiko@astrotexte.ch>
Date: Wed, 16 Jun 2010 19:41:13 +0200
Message-ID: <4C190CB9.5030202@astrotexte.ch>
To: Boris Zbarsky <bzbarsky@MIT.EDU>, www-svg@w3.org
Hi Boris,

your proposal to place the script immediately into the document works 
well in Firefox and Chrome. I have updated the page


to show the three options. The question is: How reliable is this method? 
In HTML, I usually cannot rely on the availability of the DOM elements 
when scripting inside the HTML code itself instead of executing the 
script on load (or on "dom:loaded" if this event is supported).


Am 15.06.2010 21:36, schrieb Boris Zbarsky:
> On 6/14/10 3:38 PM, Rüdiger Plantiko wrote:
>> To remember: I need a means (an appropriate event?) to preprocess a
>> graphic (in my special case, using JavaScript as manipulation language).
>> This preprocessing belongs to the graphic itself, and it is of no
>> relevance whether this graphic is generated by XSLT, by the DOM API or
>> embedded into the HTML page using the <object> element. The concrete way
>> how the SVG is produced is irrevelant. The preprocessing is inherent to
>> the graphic, independent of its production.
> Would a <script> element right before the </svg> do the trick?
> -Boris
Received on Wednesday, 16 June 2010 18:17:19 UTC

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