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03-03-2009, 05:13 PM #1
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Using a variable for a filename using <Script src|>
I am currently trying to use the Script src tag as follows:
However, I am trying to write it so that I have a variable for the src parameter. This is so that when I change the name of the script file, the src will still point to the correct "new" file. The resaon I need this is that using a new file name would "force" my user's browsers to pick up the new file without having to clear the cache.
Further up in the code I have written this:
var today = new Date()
var myyear = today.getFullYear()*10000
var mymonth = (today.getMonth()+1)*100
var myday = today.getDay()+1
var Mydate = myyear+mymonth+myday
var MyLoader = MyScript" + Mydate + ".js"
which, I beleive, creates a variable called MyLoader with the value:
where yyyymmdd is today's date.
Then simply by renaming my script file to MyScript20090303.js for example, this is the file that should be accessed.
However, when I replace by calling line with
I get an error and the script file does not get run.
Is there a way round this or have I missed something out to tell the script command that MyLoader is a variable?
Many thanks for any help I receive!
03-03-2009, 07:51 PM #2
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Hello and welcome to the forums!
there's probably a better way than using that dummy div to load the other script file, but I don't know how...
Let me know if this shows signs of life.
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It's usually a good idea to start out with this at the VERY TOP of your CSS:
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