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Substitute for href in Homesite

Substitute for href in Homesite

Substitute for href in Homesite

(OP)
Hi there,

Some background first:
This is a bit hard to explain, but here goes...
I wrote an application to display backup certain information on a web page. I use dates as the headings (30 of them) and the server name is used on the left hand side. When displayed it looks like a huge matrix, lets say 60x30. Each and every one of these "cells" represents a certain day's backup for a specific server. i.e.

CODE


server  d1   d2   d3   d4 ...
S1        
S2
S3
S4
.
.
.

I want to be able to "click" on a specific cell and be redirected to another page. I would like to know if there is something else I can use instead of the "href" command to "click" and be redirected to another website. This might sound silly, but when I use the "href" command it puts a little dot on the left hand side of the line and when you have a huge matrix like this it looks terrible.

ANY ideas on whether there are any other ways to do this will be appreciated.

Thanks,
J.

RE: Substitute for href in Homesite

This isn't really a Homesite question. H/S is just the tool. Try taking your question to a forum like Javascript (Forum216) or HTML, XHTML & CSS (Forum215). This forum is nowhere near as active as those.

RE: Substitute for href in Homesite

(OP)
Thanks,

Sorry for posting in the wrong forum.

J.

RE: Substitute for href in Homesite

Oh, not really the wrong forum. I just know it isn't real active and that there are better choices. I'd be curious to know what solution you come up with.

M

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