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I have an HTML page dynamically generated using XSL and XML data. There is also some dynamic javascript in that page too. Now the problem is that I can retrieve the HTML using "transformToText" method (using the zXML library provided by authors of Professional AJAX) or by transformNode method provided by I.E. Both of these methods return a string.

When I do a document.write(strHTML), it overrides everything on the page that is currently running on the browser. Is there anyway, I could append the newly generated HTML to the currently running HTML (coded in an ASP page)so that I could retain all the 'javascript includes" from it and use them with the newly generated HTML.

Your help and a quick is deeply appreciated.


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Can you tell what it overrides and what are you trying to do?. If the javascript is only clientside this means that it does not see any asp code.

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Look at the innerHTML property on the document object, or on any <div>-type element. I usually prefer to have a dedicated <div> for this type of design.

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