Charts - Line Charts Menu - On Click

Each dot can have its own on click event. For this example I have let them all inherit the on click attribute from the default dot. But you can set each dot to have a separate on click attribute if you need to.

If the on-click string starts with 'http' or 'https' the chart will try to open this URL, if the string does not start with http(s) then it assumes the string is a javascript function name and attempts to call this function.

If you have more than one chart on a page, then you can set the chart ID attribute, this is then passed out to all external function calls as parameter one.

This goes into the <head> of the page:

<script type="text/javascript" src="js/swfobject.js"></script>
<script type="text/javascript">
"open-flash-chart.swf", "my_chart", "550", "200",
"9.0.0", "expressInstall.swf",
{"data-file":"gallery/line-on-click.php", "id":"my_chart_id"} );

<script type="text/javascript">

function line_1( chart_id, index )
hello( chart_id, 1, index );

function line_2( chart_id, index )
hello( chart_id, 2, index );

function hello( chart_id, line, index )
alert( 'Chart '+chart_id +', hello from line '+ line +' -> '+ index );

This writes the chart into a div with id="my_chart", right click and view source to see it in action, [the tutorials have more details]


include '../php-ofc-library/open-flash-chart.php';

$data_1 = array();
$data_2 = array();

$i=0$i<6.2$i+=0.2 )
$data_1[] = (sin($i) * 1.9) + 7;
$data_2[] = (sin($i) * 1.9) + 10;

$title = new titledate("D M d Y") );

$s = new star();

$line_1 = new line();
$line_1->set_values$data_1 );
$line_1->set_colour'#EB7600' );
$line_1->set_key"Orange Crush Baby"10 );

$d = new solid_dot();

$line_2 = new line();
$line_2->set_values$data_2 );
$line_2->set_colour'#7BED09' );
$line_2->set_key"Green Machine"10 );

$y = new y_axis();

$chart = new open_flash_chart();
$chart->set_title$title );
$chart->add_element$line_1 );
$chart->add_element$line_2 );
$chart->set_y_axis$y );

To see the data produced : gallery/line-on-click.php, then 'view source'.
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