EditLive! 9 Documentation : Getting the Document in the Applet Code

 getDocument.html --
 This tutorial shows developers how to extract the HTML
 Document stored in EditLive! and display this HTML in
 a webpage field.
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               <title>Tutorial - Getting the Editor's HTML Document</title>
               <link rel="stylesheet" href="stylesheet.css">
               Include the EditLive! JavaScript Library
               <script src="../../redistributables/editlivejava/editlivejava.js" language="JavaScript"></script>
               <h1>Getting the Editor's HTML Document</h1>
               <form name="exampleForm">
                       <p>This tutorial shows how to extract the contents of the HTML Document in EditLive! and display this HTML in a textarea on the webpage.</p>
                               The textarea used to display the HTML from EditLive!'s HTML document.
                       <textarea id="documentContents" cols="80" rows="5">Pressing the Get HTML Contents button will extract the HTML from EditLive! and place the HTML into this textarea.</textarea>
                               The button for copying the HTMl Document from EditLive! and displaying this HTML in the textarea
                       <p><input type="button" value="Get HTML Contents" onclick="buttonPress()"></p>
                       The instance of EditLive!
                       <script language="JavaScript">
                               // Create a new EditLive! instance with the name "ELApplet", a height of 400 pixels and a width of 700 pixels.
                               var editlive = new EditLiveJava("ELApplet", 700, 400);
                               // This sets a relative or absolute path to the XML configuration file to use
                               // Before sending HTML to the instance of EditLive!, this HTML must be URL Encoded.
                               // Javascript provides several URL Encoding methods, the best of which is
                               // 'encodeURIComponent()'
                               editlive.setDocument(encodeURIComponent("<html><head><title>Default Document Title</title></head><body><p>Original <i>HTML Document</i> loaded into EditLive!</p></body></html>"));
                               // .show is the final call and instructs the JavaScript library (editlivejava.js) to insert a new EditLive! instance
                               //  at the this location.
                               /** Function extracts the contents of the EditLive! HTML Document
                                * and displays this content in the textarea
                               function buttonPress() {
                               function getEditLiveDocument(src) {
                                       document.exampleForm.documentContents.value = src;