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Re: Question about nested navbars

> Copy the definition of <javascript> from wml::std::tags and enclose the
> <script>...</script> block between <head> and </head> if you use the
> wml::std::page module.  If you have your own layout, divert the
> javascript code into the HEAD section.

Since I have my own template file, I gave this second solution a
try. I changed tags.wml by adding a <divert HEAD> ... </divert> brace
inside the javascript tag:

#   Support-Tag for protected Client-Side JavaScript
<define-tag javascript endtag=required>
<divert HEAD>



In my template file, I added <dump HEAD> inside <head> ... </head>

The Javascript code does indeed all end up in the head, but it really is
*all* the javascript code, meaning both the code for the English and the
German Javascript buttons...

> IMHO the best solution is to let <javascript> check whether the <head>
> tag is defined and is a complex tag (with <symbol-info>). If so, write 
> <head><script>....</script></head>, otherwise just write the script
> block.

Would this solution solve the problem and only include the code for the
current language? I'm asking because this is getting pretty much involved
for me :-)


Stephan Petersen                           sp@gtt.lth.rwth-aachen.de

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