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DHTML(3)	      User Contributed Perl Documentation	      DHTML(3)

NAME
       Data::TreeDumper::Renderer::DHTML - DHTML renderer for Data::TreeDumper

SYNOPSIS
	 use Data::TreeDumper ;

	 #-------------------------------------------------------------------------------

	 my $style ;
	 my $body = DumpTree
		       (
		       GetData(), 'Data',
		       DISPLAY_ROOT_ADDRESS => 1,
		       DISPLAY_PERL_ADDRESS => 1,
		       DISPLAY_PERL_SIZE => 1,
		       RENDERER	=>
			       {
			       NAME => 'DHTML',
			       STYLE =>	\$style,
			       BUTTON =>
				       {
				       COLLAPSE_EXPAND => 1,
				       SEARCH => 1,
				       },
			       },
		       ) ;

	 print <<EOT;
	 <?xml version="1.0" encoding="iso-8859-1"?>
	 <!DOCTYPE html
	      PUBLIC "-//W3C//DTD XHTML	1.0 Strict//EN"
	      "http://www.w3.org/TR/xhtml1/DTD/xhtml1-strict.dtd"
	 >

	 <html>

	 <!--
	 Automatically generated by Perl and Data::TreeDumper::DHTML
	 -->

	 <head>
	 <title>Data</title>

	 $style
	 </head>
	 <body>
	 $body

	 <p>
	    <img src='http://www.w3.org/Icons/valid-xhtml10' alt='Valid	HTML 4.01!' height="15"	width='44' />
	 </p>

	 </body>
	 </html>
	 EOT

DESCRIPTION
       Simple DHTML renderer for Data::TreeDumper.

       Thanks to Stevan	Little author of Tree::Simple::View for	giving me the
       idea and	providing some code I could snatch.

EXAMPLE
       Check dhtml_test.pl for a complete example of two  structure dumps
       within the same HTML file.

OPTIONS
   Style
       CSS style is dumped to $setup->{RENDERER}{STYLE}	(a ref to a scalar) if
       it exists. This allows you to collect all the CSS then output it	at the
       top of the HTML code.

	 my $style ;
	 my $body = DumpTree
		       (
		       ...

		       RENDERER	=>
			       {
			       NAME => 'DHTML',
			       STYLE =>	\$style,
			       },
		       ) ;

       {RENDERER}{NO_STYLE} removes style section generation. This is usefull
       when you	defined	your styles by hand.

	 my $style ;
	 my $body = DumpTree
		       (
		       ...

		       RENDERER	=>
			       {
			       NAME => 'DHTML',
			       NO_STYLE	=> 1,
			       },
		       ) ;

   Class
       The output will use class 'data_tree_dumper_dhtml' for <li> and <ul>.
       The class can be	renamed	with the help of {RENDERER}{CLASS}. This
       allows you to dump multiple data	structures and display them with a
       diffrent	styles.

	 my $style ;
	 my $body = DumpTree
		       (
		       ...

		       RENDERER	=>
			       {
			       NAME => 'DHTML',
			       CLASS =>	'my_class_name',
			       },
		       ) ;

   Glyphs
       Data::TreeDumper	outputs	the tree lines as ASCII	text by	default. If
       {RENDERER}{NO_GLYPH} and	RENDERER}{NO_STYLE} are	defined, no lines are
       output and the indentation will be the default <li> style. If you would
       like to specify a specific style	for your tree dump, defined you	own
       CSS and set the appropriate class through {RENDERER}{CLASS}.

   Expand/Collapse
       Setting {RENDERER}{COLLAPSED} to	a true value will display the tree
       collapsed. this is false	by default.

	 $setup->{RENDERER}{COLLAPSED}++ ;

       If {RENDERER}{BUTTON}{COLLAPSE_EXPAND} is set, the rendered will	add a
       button to allow the user	to collapse and	expand the tree.

	 $setup->{RENDERER}{BUTTON}{COLLAPSE_EXPAND}

   Search
       If {RENDERER}{BUTTON}{SEARCH} is	set, the rendered will add a button to
       allow the user to search	the tree. This is a primitive search and has
       no other	value than for test.

Bugs
       I'll hapilly hand this module over to someone who knows what he does
       :-)

       Check the TODO file.

EXPORT
       None

AUTHORS
       Khemir Nadim ibn	Hamouda. <nadim@khemir.net>

       Staffan MaahlA(C)n.

	 Copyright (c) 2003 Nadim Ibn Hamouda el Khemir	and
	 Staffan MaahlA(C)n. All rights	reserved.

	 This program is free software;	you can	redistribute
	 it and/or modify it under the same terms as Perlitself.

       If you find any value in	this module, mail me!  All hints, tips,	flames
       and wishes are welcome at <nadim@khemir.net>.

SEE ALSO
       Data::TreeDumper.

POD ERRORS
       Hey! The	above document had some	coding errors, which are explained
       below:

       Around line 669:
	   Non-ASCII character seen before =encoding in	'MaahlA(C)n.'.
	   Assuming CP1252

perl v5.32.0			  2008-12-19			      DHTML(3)

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