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How Do I Access All of the src Attributes of All of the Images in a Web Page?

Kaydell Leavitt
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Joined: Nov 18, 2006
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Hello,

I'm studying JavaScript and I'm stuck on one of my assignments. I'm supposed to write JavaScript code that will output all of the src attributes of all of the img tags on a page. I've written the code, but it only reports on the first image. What am I doing wrong?



Here's a link to my page that I've uploaded to the web: webpage
Paul Clapham
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You're using document.write wrong.
Nitin Surana
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Actually, your method works fine. For testing that, simply use an alert instead of a document.write.



Instead of document.write you can try something like this mydiv.innerHTML(mydiv.innerHTML()+img.src+"
");
Kaydell Leavitt
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Nitin Surana wrote:Actually, your method works fine. For testing that, simply use an alert instead of a document.write.

[code=java]FYI: It is inappropriate to call document.write once the page has been rendered.[/code

Thank you.
 
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