March 30th, 2004, 04:05 PM
Customizing onload tag for single fuseaction
Greetings list members,
I am in the process of implementing the zebra tables script documented on A List Apart - http://www.alistapart.com/articles/zebratables/ - and I find I have a problem when trying to implement the onload handler. My app is written in fusebox 3 and I only wish to insert the onload event into the body tag when the results page is viewed (fuseaction=home.results). Any ideas on how to achieve this in the most efficient manner? This can probably be done somewhere in the fbx_Settings file, but I am at a loss as to how. My template currently does something similar in setting an id for each page (used to alter the navigation to show current location), like so....
I have the following in the main cfswitch file:
<cfset bodyID = "standings">
<cfset AddToQ("home.defaultLayout AS LAYOUT")>
and in the body tag of my defaultLayout.cfm template - <body id=<cfoutput>"#bodyID#"</cfoutput> >
Effectively, when the results page is viewed, I want to insert onload = "stripe('playlist', '#fff', '#edf3fe');" into the body tag of this template. I know I could simply choose to use another template for this fuse, but am wondering if it's really necessary.
All help greatly appreciated
March 30th, 2004, 04:56 PM
First off, if you are calling addToQ(), then you are using FuseQ, not Fusebox 3. I just wanted to make sure you and everyone else were aware of this...FuseQ is not FB3. The ideas in FuseQ have been incorporated into Fusebox 4.
Anyway, can't you just do this?
<cfif attributes.fuseaction eq "home.results">
<body onload="stripe('playlist', '#fff', '#edf3fe');">