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Subject: Yet another Javascript question
Author: Gurd
Date: 10/20/2005 02:07
Several of the websites I frequent have started putting the following type of
disclaimer popups on their internal links"

<a href="javascript:if (confirm('The fanfic you clicked on is rated R, which
means no one under the age of 18 is allowed to read it.  By clicking okay you
are stating you are of legal age to read this material.')) location =
'viewstory.php?sid=6477'">Bright New Day</a>

This creates a popup that requires you to click 'OK' before sending you to
story# 6477. As complex as this may be, the script ends with a 'location ='
tag. Is there any way to force HTTrack to parse ONLY that tag and ignore the
rest (ie. just grab the link)? Currently, with WinHTTrack 3.33, the archive I
end up with contains only the page with the link on it and NOT the page
referenced by the link.

Thanks In Advance


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Yet another Javascript question

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Re: Yet another Javascript question

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