<title>Chart embedding with the use of jQuery</title>
		<meta http-equiv="content-type" content="text/html; charset=utf-8"/>
		<script type="text/javascript" language="javascript" src="./../js/AnyChartStock.js?v=1.9.0r9317"></script>
		<script type="text/javascript" language="javascript" src="./js/jquery.min.js"></script>
		<style type="text/css">
			.container1 {
				border: 1px solid #AAAAAA;
				padding: 10px;
				margin: 10px;
				background-color: #F1E7D7;
			.container2	{
				border: 1px solid #AAAAAA;
				padding: 10px;
				margin: 10px;
				background-color: #D7F1DD;
			/* chart size settings */
			.chartPlaceholder {
				width: 550px;
				height: 350px;
		<script type="text/javascript" language="javascript">
			// Creating new chart object. 
			var chart = new AnyChartStock("./../swf/AnyChartStock.swf?v=1.9.0r9317", "./../swf/Preloader.swf?v=1.9.0r9317");
			// Setting XML config file.
			// document ready for manipulations
			$(document).ready(function() {
				chart.write($("div.container1 div td.chartPlaceholder")[0]); // use jquery to find target object and access dom element by zero index
		<div class="container1">
			<strong>Container 1</strong>
			<div class="container2">
				<strong>Container 2</strong>
						<td class="chartPlaceholder"><!-- Chart Container --></td>

Sample Description

How to use this sample?

Chart is added into the page using "write by DOM link" variation of write method when page is loaded.

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How it works

Sample shows how to add chart (or, more specifically, chart Flash object) to the page using "write by DOM link" variation of write method. This variation of write method puts the chart into the DOM element, replacing all its contents. jQuery library is used to obtain link to DOM element object.

Basic variation of write method: "write by id " is shown in Basic Chart Embedding sample.

See JavaScript Embedding article for more information.

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AnyChartStock JavaScript API

This sample uses the following methods, properties and events from AnyChartStock JavaScript API:

Item Type Description
setXMLFile Method Sets chart XML configuration file path.
write Method Adds the chart to HTML DOM as a child of the specified container.

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This section lists all configuration, data and auxiliary files required for this sample.

Configuration file

CSV files

SWF files

  • AnyChartStock.swf - AnyChart Stock component.
  • Preloader.swf - AnyChart Stock helper component that loads the main component (AnyChartStock.swf) and displays loading progress.

JavaScript Libraries

  • jquery.min.js - A JavaScript jQuery library. Learn more at jQuery official site.
  • AnyChartStock.js - A JavaScript library that is shipped with AnyChart Stock component. It is used to embed the component into HTML DOM and to comunicate with the Flash part.

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