I have a feed which consist out of links. When I click on a link obviously it will take me to the href of that link.But instead of doing that I want to make the link(the words actualy) to be placed inside a text box (form). They must do this on click.
The feed is in fact a list of links('popular searches by google'). Clicking a link will take you to the href. Instead of this default behouver I want the link to appear(/onClick) as words(plain html/text) in a text box. Hope I made my self clear this time.
If you want more than one link in a text field or textarea field, there is not any way that I can think of that will allow you to click ONE of those URLs and go to that URL. If you want the ability to click just one of several links, do not put them all into the same element; put each one in its own element and set the onclick parameter to go to that link.
OR put them all into a WYSIWYG editor, disable the ability to change the content, and parse HTML. That might work.
If you copy/paste this in the body section you wil see a list of popular searches provided by google. These popular searches are also href's , so the feed looks like this in my browser:
popular search 1
popular search 2
popular search 3
popular search 4
So when clicking on a link this action wil take you to the href of that link wich is a google website. Instead of this default behouver I would like that these popular searches to be placed inside a text box when they are clicked.
So this wil happen:
1.Empty text box
2.click on popular search 3 (or whatever)
3. Popular search 3 will be placed in the text box (the inner html NOT the href)
4. Text box is now showing the text ''Popular search 3''
I realy hope somebody would give me a clue about this. I can make the links dead but than they are not clickeble anymore.