@ibechaneAug 21.2008 — #Since the browser needs to be directed to call the script and function, I think the only way to do it is a server-side insertion of an XML node containing the code. Then, your XML could look something like:
@nbcrockettauthorAug 21.2008 — #I've found out in my research that some rss aggregators strip out some html elements. I'm specifically talking about the script tag and the onclick event. Is there anyway around this? An example of an aggregator that does this is IE7.
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