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    JavaScript OnClick/URL?

    I just created a new thread and discovered that, no matter what I did, I could not get the link I had posted to display a simple JS alert box.
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    Re: JavaScript OnClick/URL?

    The forum software isn't going to allow you to run a script. That would be a massive security risk....

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    Re: JavaScript OnClick/URL?

    Quote Originally Posted by brad jones View Post
    The forum software isn't going to allow you to run a script. That would be a massive security risk....

    Brad!
    I thought so. I could find a way that involves the user doing something, then the user would acknowledge that he's allowing scripts to run at his own risk and cannot hold me or any other VBF member liable, for any viruses, financial damage, blah blah blah.
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    Re: JavaScript OnClick/URL?

    Quote Originally Posted by moonman239 View Post
    I thought so. I could find a way that involves the user doing something, then the user would acknowledge that he's allowing scripts to run at his own risk and cannot hold me or any other VBF member liable, for any viruses, financial damage, blah blah blah.
    What is your reason for trying to do this?

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