Eliminate Referring Page When Using GetURL?

Nov 1, 2006

Is there any way to have the referring field blank when using the GetURL command?

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Referring Web Page

Feb 3, 2006

Without having to create a cookie....I would simply like to "grab" the referring web page of visitors to my site.

I am going to call this script from a small flash Action Script file but that doesn't really matter at this point.

If anyone can answer this simple question I'd appreciate it. I have done a search but could not get a direct answer within the first 4 pages.

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Eliminate Jump To Top?

Feb 3, 2011

On my site I have a switch and JQuery fade in fade out when I click on 'Updates' or 'Projects'. Problem is that if I have scrolled down the page a little before clicking one of them, the page jumps back to top on clicking these options. I would like to eliminate that jump to the top.


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JQuery :: Replace Script Tag - Eliminate The Id Attribute

Aug 11, 2009

I used this little code to replace some content with jquery:

<script type="text/javascript">
function Csere() {
111111<script type="text/javascript" id="lufi">Csere()</script>222222

This works fine, but i'd like to eliminate the id attribute from script tag. I tried $(this).replaceWith('Duma'), and $(this).parent().replaceWith('Duma'), but neither works.

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Eliminate Iframe, But Still Search 2nd Html File?

Aug 29, 2011

I've painted myself into a corner, and I can't use any server-side solutions.

With some help, I've been working on a script on x.html that searches for a specific "image Y" within "Y.html" (inside an iframe). Then the script replaces the "Image x" url to the url of "image Y".

It drills through a specific div, to a specific span, to find this image Y. I have it this way, because it's a pre-built content management system that hasn't given me the ability to show the image on another page. I need to do this several times on one html file, so I'm running into huge load times, and there seem to be numerous clashes with servers and locking up. So I'm hoping there's a way to just avoid iframes and achieve the same result.

Here's the script that I've got, to help understand what I've done.


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How To Eliminate Blank Spaces Between Elements In A Dynamic Web Form

Sep 22, 2004

I am designing a dynamic web form, and all works fine except that I can’ t eliminate the ‘blank’ spaces that appears between the form elements when these are displayed or hidden. I mean for example, the long blank space that appears between the form submit button and the table rows displayed, because the other tables and form elements are hidden.

I attached the complete sample page so that you can see the ‘blank’ spaces I want to eliminate. These are the 'blank' spaces I want to eliminate:

1. When the page loads, a long blank space appears between the submit button and the table rows displayed.
2. When you select only the ‘Quality B’ checkbox, a long blank space appears between the ‘Product details’ title and the table rows displayed.
3. When you select both ‘Quality A’ and ‘Quality B’ checkboxes, a blank space appears between the table rows displayed. I want a blank space there, but smaller.

In all the cases I want the submit button just below (with a little blank space) the table rows displayed.

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How To Set The Referring Url

Mar 31, 2007

this there any var to set the referring url manualy?

is there anything at all so i can put in this var my own value, like
when i paste an address on the firefox url and the page will set some
value i want and it won't be blank.

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Allowing Access From One Referring URL?

Mar 5, 2010

I create eLearning materials which are given away as a communty service to help people improve their health. A typical eLearning project has a few educational screens (using a Learner Management System-LMS-template) and an interactive exercise (on an external web page-htm or html-usually accessed by button which navigates to the exercise's URL).

The interactive exercise should only be accessed from inside the eLearning lesson using the button, because it requires understanding of the way it works plus important cautions to assure proper use. I need to prevent the use of the URL outside of taking the lesson (for example, someone taking the lesson acquires the exercise's URL from their browser history and then may give this to others who access the exercise directly-without necessary knowledge and cautions).

I tried document.referrer, using JavaScript. Using the referrer URL from inside the lesson and adding the JavaScript to the exercise's htm code worked OK in FF, but not in IE 8. In FF, if the referrer was not the correct single URL from inside the lesson, then it redirected; if the correct URL, the exercise appears.

The JS code follows:

<script language="JavaScript" type="text/javascript">
var oksite = "http://www.mysite.com/xyz/courseidxxxxx/yyyy/zzz.html";


In IE 8, I was not able to get it to work. Using an alert, I noticed that the referrer in IE 8 was blank.My web hosting (GoDaddy) is a shared Windows hosting. I would have to upgrade from IIS6 to IIS7 to use PHP. Bigger challenge: I've never used PHP. If possible, I would prefer to use JS. But, I am open to any suggestion that will help.I am also wondering if part of the IE 8 issue is that I am using IE 8 X 64?

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Capturing Referring URL With Cookie?

Apr 15, 2010

I am using a third party shopping cart service written in php. I don't have access to the php code so I decided to use javascript to write a cookie. What I'm trying to do is have the cookie capture the referring URL and then keep it for a day and have it follow where ever the visitor goes in the shopping cart. Then when they check out, the referring URL will populate a form field and be returned as part of the form results. This way I can track where my visitors come from. My code is below and I'm adding it to the file designated as the head section. (The files I have access to must use some form of include but I can't use php in them - just html and javascript. I've tried.)

I have an alert in the code that suggests something to do as well as set the cookie. The alert comes up and the cookie is set but when you go to another page, the alert comes up again and another cookie is set. I just need to have it set once so when they fill out the order form, I'll know where they came from.

cookie_name = "dataCookie";
var referred;


In the body I am reading it with a form field of

<SCRIPT LANGUAGE="javascript">
document.write("Originally Referred by:")


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Append String To Referring URL?

Apr 1, 2011

I want to append a string "&sid=xyz" to the current page URL if the referring URL comes from site [URL]. I have the following code -

var query = location.search.substring(1);
if (document.referrer.indexOf(/xyz/) > 0) {
query = query + "&sid=xyz";

However, the string is not being appended.

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Referring To Parent Object

May 6, 2003

I have an object, "A", which contains another object "B", as an attribute.

How do I get a hold of Object "A" from within "B"? i.e. I need to refer to the object that B is stored inside from within B's code. Is there some superclass equivalent of 'this' that I don't know about? ('parent'?!)

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Determining Referring URL And Search Term

Feb 4, 2006

I have very limited experience with Javascript. Can someone refer me to
info on how to determine the referring URL and the search term used by a
visitor just prior to his landing on my web page?

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Redirect Someone From A Referring Domain To A Webpage

Jul 20, 2005

I'm trying to redirect users from a specific domain to one of my

So, in my example, anyone accessing my index.html from the
*btinternet.com domain (allowing for wildcards!) will be redirected to
"update.htm". Code:

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Referring Variable In Input Text Value?

Jun 23, 2009

I've been facing a problem assigning a javascript variable to an input text's value attribute.

My code is as follows:
var moduleCd = document.getElementById('client.moduleCd').value;
var productSelectLen = productSelect.options.length;
for(var i=0; i<productSelectLen; i++)


look at the bold italic marked text where I want to assign the value of variable moduleCd.

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Referring To Current Line Number

Apr 23, 2003

Does anyone know of some way of referring to the current line number in a javascript? This would be a handy debugging tool: whenever a function threw an exception, it could say "ERG! Something wrong on THIS line".

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Referring To An Already Defined Property In Object Literals?

Jan 9, 2010

I'm using closure to make a function return an object in the form of the literal.

function myFunction() {
return {
a : 'foo',


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"Fake Form" To Eliminate Back Button?

May 5, 2011

I am developing an iPhone version of a web app for a company I work with. The iPhone version is saved to the user's Home Screen as a pseudo-app (for lack of a better term). SSB might be more accurate. Everything in the site takes place in one window. Because there are navigation arrows within the web app itself, I don't want the browser's Back and Forward buttons to ever be enabled, because it can confuse the user. Hence, page navigation within the app is always done via location.replace().

My challenge was with the Login page. With a standard HTML form, the browser (SSB) navigates to the "action=" page specified by the form. So then you have a Back button. To work around this, I have created a "fake form" which simply writes the user's password to a cookie with a 5-second lifespan and then does a location.replace() to a Perl script that grabs and evaluates the cookie, immediately deleting it, and then writes the page to the browser. This works like a charm.

Question #1: is it an abomination to store the password in a cookie, even for a few seconds?

Question #2: At present I'm not encrypting it. Is there an effective client-side JS solution for encryption? Or, if it's client-side, wouldn't anyone be able to read the script and see how it was done?

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Feb 16, 2011

I've put together what I think is an illustration of my problem at [URL] Quite simply, I need to be able to access the elements of the form without referring to them by ID as the whole form is intended to be cloned. I intended to do this using parentNode and childNodes[] together with the 'this' keyword. My understanding of 'this' in this context is that it should refer to the HTML element calling the function, i.e. one of the radio button inputs. However this gives the error "Error: this.parentNode is undefined"

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May 10, 2011

Consider the following simplified example javascript code...

What's the "best" way to write that onclick method in its current context? I can think of a few ways to do it -- but they all seem fairly "dirty."

Have I gone stupid?

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Oct 2, 2011

After doing some tutorials, I am not sure if this is a bug, or perhaps someone can give me a better explination why it is working the way it is.I am using Visual Studio 2010 combined in a Master Page. In my aspx page, I have the following code:

<script type="text/javascript">
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Jul 3, 2003

I have a user-defined object being used in a webpage, let's call it Bob. We instantiate bob, like this :

Objname = new Bob();

Now, of course, 'Objname' refers to the new Bob object. Here's my problem: when Bob is initially instantiated, it's created containing code that refers to itself. Specifically, it contains static text that refers to elements of itself. The problem is I need to get a hold of the actual text 'Objname' in order to do this.

This is all very abstract, but I can't really divulge any details without hitting you with a huge amount of code. Still, I hope my problem is clear. And, I (really!) don't want to instantiate Bob like this:

Objname = new Bob('Objname');

since it's really ugly. Any suggestions...?

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Feb 1, 2011


when i load page it does nothing only blank page, may have code in wrong place but not sure so can someone show me a working example so i can find out what i'm doing wrong also i would like the part of page to refresh evey 120 seconds is this possibe with jquery?

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Mar 28, 2010

I have a frameset like:Quote:

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Aug 19, 2009

I loaded page in div , usign jquery ajax

But the page which i loaded containg this code:

HTML Code:

To refresh all page index.php to redirect it to home.php

But the problem this, it's don't refresh all page which contain the div , but it's refreshed oly in the div wuch i loaded this code in it

So i want after i load this code in index.php div , then refres all page to redirect itto home.php

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Sep 24, 2009

I've got 2 pages: a current events page and a past events page the current events page loads fine as there is only about 10 events the past events page takes about 30 seconds to load and will crash if u click your mouse in the loading time.

The pages are near identical the only difference is the query that selects the events (> versus <)

The page loads immediately without:

But when i put it back in the above happens. I'm using jQuery.roundedcorners.

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May 10, 2010

I am using a Jquery/PHP/MySQL login script which is supposed to display an error or success message when the user enters their username/password and also if the username/pw is successfull go to a secure page. Right now as I have it coded, this isn't working properly. Basically nothing is displayed either way.Also,wasn't sure if I just needed to replace, the ?secure-page part with the file name of the page I want to go to if successful?Here is the code as I have it now.

<!DOCTYPE HTML PUBLIC "-//W3C//DTD HTML 4.01 Transitional//EN"

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