I am trying to create a handle to an iframe, but the script only gets
tried everything I can think of, but I just can't seem to figure it
Below is the script with some comments so you can see what's happening.
var tmp_id = document.getElementById("BROWSER");
// tmp_id = [object HTMLIFrameElement]
var f_browser = tmp_id.contentDocument;
// f_browser = [object HTMLDocument]
I am trying to put together a proof of concept. What I am trying to prove is that a back button affect can be accomplished using DHTML and an IFrame. Here is the concept, as the user changes data, that data can be written to an IFrame. Then, when the user hits the back button, contents can be taken from the IFrame using history.back() since the IFrame should remember the content written to it just like a page would.
Here is my problem. The below code writes the content entered into the text box into the IFrame. But when I click the button to execute the history.back(), the value returned is undefined.
I think my problem might be that the code which writes the contents of the text box to the IFrame is doing that dynamically, so the page is not caching it. If this is correct, how can I write the dynamically entered content from the text box to the IFrame so it can be cached by the IFrame window? Code:
I am trying to create a WYSIWYG editor for my site, but seeing as how every browser gives different results when using the execcommand method, I am trying to do my own insertions instead.
What I would like to do is create an iframe with designMode On to enable editing of the frame, but when someone does a command to bold text, I want to make a method which enters <b>Some Highlighted Text</b> into the frame where the user highlighted so it would appear bold and the source would have the <b> tags.
My issue is I have been unsuccessful in learning how to take the selected text within an iframe and surround it with tags. I was able to accomplish this in Internet Explorer using this code:
Except the resulting text would actually have the <i> tags appear, and the source would be:
Pretty retarded if you ask me since in no way did I want it to convert the tags into entities.
Anyway, if anyone could please direct me to a method in which I can successfully take selected text within the iframe and surround it with HTML tags in such a way that the formatting will actually show.
Filename is just the extensionless web page name e.g. "Addresses"
Problem is of course every window popped up will replace the previously popped up window and in the case of a popped up window popping up a window the new window will just replace the calling window.
(Please, no lectures on popping up windows, I need to in my particular case and here I'm just stripping it down to the bare problem for claritie and simplicities s sake)
I'd be happy if I could create a new window handle each time so that all my popup windows will be unique. If it could be the filename that would be fine e.g. instead of the window handle variable being "LinkWindow" it would be "Addresses". Is there some way of making the variable I assign the new window to a variable? All I can come up with is somehow having LinkWindow an array of window handles and just keep incrementing it e.g.
LinkWindow; // 100 is more than enough windows for a typical session LinkWindowCount = 0;
I was developing a very simple application, just for training some Ajax. It works like that:
» I make a search using Ajax and it gives me a list with a lot of cities according to their state;
» After receiving the data, I can only manipulate the first DIV (that contains the city data).
The problem is that the city boxes (DIVs) has the same ID and, when the jQuery function is set (to send the address to an input that will make a search through Google Maps API), it only works for the first DIV. Then, if I search new cities, it works, but the same manner :(
Check out the screenshots:
So... I can only handle the first DIV among all the anothers, because they have the same ID. I have already tried the .each(), .unique(), creating an array...
I started developing a website that for many aspects should be similar to a Flash website but of course only in JS. What a challenge! An important part, of course, should be the managing of the position of the objects and to do so I need at least to be able to get all the properties from them, also if they have dynamic content. The very simple issue I'm stuck at the moment is to get the width of a div that contain a text, to place at its right the next div. I have very different behaviors in IE and Mozilla when I move a DIV. In fact given this structure:
I would like an event to fire every time text changes inside <input type="text" /> element. Meaning a user types in a letter, and the even fires immediately. Is .change the wrong thing? Because it seems to fire every time the focus is lost, or gained and the text has been changed. Is there anything that can run as soon as any letter is added/removed from input text?
but there is still problem i faced that i want only headlines not whole page i think it can be get by open popwindow or else any one can tell me how to handle mapping if i want to show only one in javascipt.
every time a window is opened in our software , I built a function to get the win32 handle address for each object inside this window ,by its string name (this is something that remains unchanged). now,after opening the window in real time , and running the function, I have some value like this for example: 0x00b206d8. my question is , how cand I use this handle value in order to do some actions on this object- for example insert a value and etc... I need the correct syntax in order to do so ,