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[REBOL] Re: Can REBOL change HTML of a web page?

From: oliveirard::yahoo::com::br at: 1-Apr-2005 11:22

Hi Anton and all you guys, I took a look at this proposal and I think it won't work. AJAX is basically DHTML + XMLHttpRequest and I got the feeling that it demands commitment to this approach from the beggining of the design. I mean, the original web pages need to be constructed in this way. As Google Suggest and Google Maps. That's not my case. Let me try to state it clearly: *"I want something on the client-side (between browser and web server) that can intercept the HTTP response (web page retrieved by the server) and make some adjustments to the page (for example, inserting footnotes, summarizing content, etc.) and, only then, delivers the changed page to the browser for presentation. Just remembering: it gotta be client-side programming, which means I CAN'T change the original web pages of ANY web server."* Can Rebol do that? Another plug-in? Or a browser extension? Any Java solution in client-programming? Hope you guys help me on that. Thanks for your attention! Rodrigo Anton Rolls wrote: