Hywel Jenkins wrote:
> In article <email@example.com>, firstname.lastname@example.org
>> one. I am not entirely sure if the returned value can be accessed only by
>> another function.
> The value returned can be accessed by any other function or operation as
> long as it's within scope.
That's what I imagined. I need to fetch a URL for an image. Does it mean I
have to write a block, assign it an ID and then overwrite it with
document.write? I have done this with <div> before but what if I have a
very large <table>...</table> block?
> ...though which version of HTML are you using? Presumably it's an old
> one, seeing as you've got a <font> element.
I simplified a much larger problem. I don't use <font>