- Thanks Stephen,
the "var i = 0" worked
I think everyone should be nice to me, don't you?
<stephen@bluene To: email@example.com
I re-formated it so I could see the structure, then noticed you did not
declare the variable i properly.
It has something to do with the scope of the variable. I'm not sure why
it worked called from another script tag versus an event handler. Must
be the magic of modern technology.
I noticed it did not work in Microsoft's browser. I re-wrote it to open
a newWindow and write the information to it. That did not work either,
as I apparently do not have any plugins in Microsoft at the moment
(which is weird,because I know there are some there.)
Anyway, if you'd like the other too, let me know & I'll send you it,
orif you just feel it might confuse the issue, that's fine too.
<!-- Hide script from old browsers
for (var i = 0; i < navigator.plugins.length; i++)
document.write(1 + i);
// End hiding script from older browsers -->
<INPUT TYPE=BUTTON VALUE="Plugins?" onClick="plugInLoop();">
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