WML <onpick> Tag


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        The onpick attribute is a great shortcut if you are using a select menu. Instead of writing a lot of code that allows the user to go to another card if an option is selected, you can simply place the destination into the onpick attribute. Here is a code fragment without the onpick attribute:

        Example:

        Following is the example showing usage of onpick attribute alongwith <option> element.

        <?xml version="1.0"?>
        <!DOCTYPE wml PUBLIC "-//WAPFORUM//DTD WML 1.2//EN"
        "http://www.wapforum.org/DTD/wml12.dtd">
        
        <wml>
        
        <card id="tutorials" title="Main Menu">
        <p>
          Select a tutorial :
          <select title="tutorials" name="selection_list">
            <option onpick="#xhtml">XHTML Tutorial</option>
            <option onpick="#wap">WAP Tutorial</option>
          </select>
        </p>
        </card>
        <card id="xhtml" title="XHTML Tutorial">
        <p>
        Go through our XHTML tutorial
        </p>
        </card>
        
        <card id="wap" title="WAP Tutorial">
        <p>
        Go through our WAP tutorial
        </p>
        </card>
        </wml>
        

        When you load this program, it shows you the following screen:

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        Now, highlight the dropdown box and select it. It will give you two options as follows:

        When you load this program, it shows you the following screen:

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        Now, assume you select WAP Tutorial from the list, then it will display the following screen:

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