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                <h1>WEBLOC file opener/decoder</h1>

<h3>Upload your .WEBLOC file</h3>

<input type="file" id="myFile" multiple size="50" onchange="myFunction()">

<h3>Result URL</h3>
<p id="demo"><br></p>

<h3>What is a WEBLOC file?</h3>
<p>A description from</p>
<blockquote cite="">
A WEBLOC file is a Mac OS X website shortcut typically generated by the Safari web browser. It contains the URL of a webpage and is created by dragging the website icon next to the address field to the desktop or another folder on the hard drive. WEBLOC files are similar to .URL files created by other programs.

<!--<p><strong>Tip:</strong> Use the Control or the Shift key to select multiple files.</p>-->





function myFunction(){
    var x = document.getElementById("myFile");
    var txt = "";
    if ('files' in x) {
        if (x.files.length == 0) {
            txt = "<br>";
        } else {
            for (var i = 0; i < x.files.length; i++) {
                var file = x.files[i];
                var reader = new FileReader();
                reader.onloadend = function(){
					var newTxt = "";
                    var xmlData = $(reader.result)[2].innerHTML;
                    parser = new DOMParser();
                    xmlDoc = parser.parseFromString(xmlData,"text/xml");
                    var url = xmlDoc.getElementsByTagName("string")[0].childNodes[0].nodeValue;
					if ('name' in file) {
                		//newTxt += "FileName:<br><strong>" + + "</strong><br>";
                    newTxt += "<a href='" + url + "'>" + url + "</a>";
					document.getElementById("demo").innerHTML += newTxt;
    else {
        if (x.value == "") {
            txt += "<br>";
        } else {
            txt += "The files property is not supported by your browser!";
            txt  += "<br>The path of the selected file: " + x.value; // If the browser does not support the files property, it will return the path of the selected file instead. 
    document.getElementById("demo").innerHTML = txt;