Another approach would be to listen for clicks on the containing element, and if the target element meets certain critera (its an anchor, has an href, etc.), handle as needed.
This can be accomplished with a single listener, and then you can avoid managing listeners on your dynamic content.
Sorry my delayed answer (my job), but I think is very hard catch every
event and filtering its tags. Is there a simpler way?
You'll have to search for them all (document.getElementsByTagName("a")) and use YAHOO.util.Event to give them onclick listeners which stop the event, and load the url into the tab using YAHOO.util.Connect. otrorichard wrote:
The simplest, How make a hyperlink inside tabview content and the new
page keeps inside the tab and no outside, like a new page?
All the hyperlinks in the tabview examples point to "#".
The second one.
I need to put inside a tabview content a php-based search page,I can
get the first page, but the paging is impossible.
Note: Outside the tabview my search pages work fine.
thanks in advanced.
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