Type: Posts; User: Surrendermonkey
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September 25th, 2002 03:52 AM
Apologies. In my line of work, it's too easy to forget about Netscape - or indeed any other non-microsoft browser. Thanks to Websmith for putting me right.
September 20th, 2002 09:33 AM
<input type="button" value="button" name="B1" OnClick="window.navigate(b.html);">
September 19th, 2002 03:30 AM
Are you using
in the input tag?
If so, you might find
September 17th, 2002 03:44 AM
Your frames page probably looks something like this:
<frame name="contents" target="main" src="Tree.htm">
September 16th, 2002 09:09 AM
please post your code. This works for me no problem.
with id="trvw" (or whatever) in your <Object ...> tag, try
document.all.trvw.width = document.body.clientWidth - 20;
September 16th, 2002 04:19 AM
Have you ensured that the declaration of the constant twnChild is included in your code?
and see what happens.
August 21st, 2002 05:00 AM
Sub Commandbutton1_onClick() ' note the "on"
alternatively, you can use:
August 21st, 2002 04:49 AM
...in conjunction with <href="somthing"..> but have you investigated
window.status = "this appears"
in conjunction perhaps with the onmouseover event?
August 16th, 2002 06:11 AM
I usually set a style up like this:
and then assign the style with <... class="pagebreak"..> whenever I want a new page. ...
August 15th, 2002 09:53 AM
I don't believe this is possible, and intentionally so. Back and forward functionality is very useful, of course, but think about it - would you want every site on the web to be able to rifle...
August 1st, 2002 08:04 AM
...might this fit your needs?
<body oncontextmenu="return false;">
// do lots of interesting things...
//and return false to...
From where are you calling the FormSubmit function?
Depending on this, you could use
I was using window.location when document.location might have been better...
For your add-to-favourites link in top.htm, use this:
You can supply the url which you wish to add to favourites to the method like so:
So in your case code...
<input type="text" autocomplete="off"
...only you're not going to need those types in the Dim statements in vbscript, nor the index after the "next" statements.
I don't know for sure, but I don't think you'll get away with Redim (0...
This "Function" ( - it should really be a sub note byRef array parameter) sort an array of integers (with initial index =1).
It needs a bit of tidying up, but there's no reason it couldn't be...
Thanks to Brad for the position, the introduction and for thinking of something nice to say about me based on a couple of emails and my codeguru history...
Codegurus are by and large a...
Nice one Zvona - confirm is the fellow I was after.
Has anybody successfully employed the onReadyStateChange event of the RDS data control?
I've tried all the usual event-handler associations:
onReadyStateChange="myFunction();" as a HTML...
I just want to give my users an...
Just link th e .js file thus:
and then call your functinos as you would any other:
Come on people.
Sort it out.
Good point, well made, works for me. My script is no longer Fubar'd.
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