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Jul 19, 2011

I have a web page that has a short flash show on it, then it redirects to the main site index page, using a setTimout in body onload. That was all working fine. Now I need to add an OS detection function to redirect iphone and ipad users immediately (bypassing the flash pape). So, I have 2 functions that need to be in the body onload. I figured the logical thing to do would be to write another function that calls the first 2, then put that one in the onload. But now nothing is working. I have played with in for an hour with no luck.

Just as a note: Original, before I had to add the OS detection, there was just the delayer function, and it was called thusly:

[Code]...

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Jul 20, 2005

I am trying to call 2 functions from the 1 onMouseOver event on an
anchor tag, but I can't seem to get it to work. the following should
demonstrate

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3</a>

I have tried a number of variations, like adding "javascript:" in
front of the first call, and returning True of False from the first
function, but Icant get the second function to fire after the first
one has.

by using alerts, and wathcing what IS occuring, I know that the first
is being called, but the second isn't.

I did this once some years back, but I can't seem to rember how I did,
it, and none of the example that I have located have helped, so can
anyone point me in the right direction?

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[Code]....

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It only works when I use the onload attribute in the body tag. i.e <body onload="javascript:fcn_name">

I am using document.body.innerHTML to get the html within the body tags. I tried using document.body.onload and other ways of doing it. Since I am trying to integrate this function within an already existing site, I cannot go through the hundreds of pages and modify the body tags.

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Code:
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I thought about cookies, but what if the user's disable them?


My code:

//I want to call the Toggle function below only on the 1st time the
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obj=document.getElementById(item);
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key=document.getElementById("x" + item);
if (visible) {
obj.style.display="none";


} else {
obj.style.display="block";


}

}


function Expand() {
divs=document.getElementsByTagName("DIV");
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divs[i].style.display="block";
key=document.getElementById("x" + divs[i].id);
key.innerHTML="<img src='textfolder.gif' width=' height=&#3925;'
hspace=&#390;' vspace=&#390;' border=&#390;'>";
}
}

function Collapse() {
divs=document.getElementsByTagName("DIV");
for (i=0;i<divs.length;i++) {
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key=document.getElementById("x" + divs[i].id);
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// C# code I inserted above the body tag on my aspx page:

function handler()
{
if(<%=!Page.IsPostBack%> )
{
Toggle('support');
}

}

//The body tag with handler being called:

<body onload="handler()">

FYI: The Toggle('suport); function is not being executed. If i put the
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Is there a way I can call the function as well as adding the function to the onLoad event.

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Of course, my client now wants to add a "major centres" dropdown between the province and town selection. This seemed straightforward to me, however in practice it's proving problematic. The "major centres" are drawn from the same dataset as the towns, however an extra flag is applied so that only records flagged as "main centre" appear.

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My function is called from the Province dropdown, like so:

Code:
<select name="Province" id="Province" onChange="callOthers(this);">
<option value="">---</option>
</select>

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