I think you might be able to do this by adding some
then that file (the js file) is the only one you need to
up-date. Or have a
perl script do it automaitcally. the js file could have the
required to generate the html you want for the pop-up...seen
it on various
other HTML pages...
François Coulier wrote in message
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>>I am trying to convert NCBI's blast.html into a CGI perl.
>The purpose of this is to be able to read in a list of
>databases from a text file, and to parse it into the
>menu, so that I don't have to edit several html files
>psiblast.html, blast_cs.html, etc...) everytime I add a
>modify the name of existing databases) on my system.
>>My problem is with the sequence field (textarea), which
content does not
>get passed properly to blast.cgi.
>>I get :
>Error 8 in submitting BLAST query
>Short error description:
>Input sequence for the BLAST search, probably missing.
>Please see the blast help for a description
>of the FASTA sequence format.
>>Parameters such as blast program or database to use seem to
>correctly (at least, blast.cgi complains when "the
>database and program is invalid or not acceptable by
>>The source of the CGI-generated html page is very similar
>Sergei Shavirin's HTML.
>>Anyone has an idea of what I am doing wrong, and an idea
about how to
>solve this problem?
>>Thanks for your help,
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