The html page is as follows:
A digital signature is a fingerprint of the original programmer, and it allows the security model of the browser to detect where (or from whom) it originated. A script signer can be a person or an organization. By signing a script, you acknowledge yourself as the author and accept responsibility for the program's actions. A signed script contains a cryptographic checksum, which is just a special value that ensures the signed script has not been changed. When a digital signature is detected, you are assured that the code has not been tampered with since the programmer signed it.
Once you finish writing a script, you can use the Netscape Signing Tool to digitally sign it. Signing a script does the following:
Unambiguously assigns ownership of the script to a person or organization.
Allows an HTML page to use multiple signed scripts.
Places the signed script into a Java Archive (JAR) file.
Places the source of the script in the JAR file.
Once a user confirms the origin of the script and is assured that it has not been tampered with since its signing, he or she can then decide whether to grant the privileges requested by the script based on the validated identity of the certificate owner and validated integrity of the script.
AND CSS FILE IS AS FOLLOWS:
At some point while scrolling,the div 'movable' flickers continuously,while at some other point,it is perfectly stable.
I currently have a floating layer that appears when someone puts the cursor on an image (information about the image appears in a table format). The cursor moves down the page as you scroll, however, it would be better if the layer would be attached to the cursor. Better positioning. I have asked for help coding this and got a variety of answers, none of which have worked. I would not mind a tooltip, if the tooltip could be formatted to contain a table with text. The only tooltip code I found does not allow the tooltip to be formatted in any way.
My preference would be a layer as used in Dreamweaver that would appear next to the cursor when the cursor is placed on a photo.
I uploaded this code for a floating layer on my website - works really really well, the only problem is - I forgot what the code means. The floating layer is positioned in the center of the screen and I now want to move it to the far left of the screen. How do I adjust the code to do that?? Sorry for the dumb question, but it's been years...someone highlight the section of the code related to the screen position, how to adjust the position?
I need to add a floating menu like layer to the site that contains user selected information from the page. So for example, a page has blocks of information organized in a tabular fashion - a lots of them. Each block has a heading containing a check box. This check box serves as a marker that picks the particular item. When the pick is made, a floating status layer is updated with the pick. In this floating layer there is also a submit button that can be click when the user is done with selection.
There is page I've come across that has something similar to what I need to accomplish but I don't know what technology is used. If you go to this site [url] you'll see in the middle of the page several blocks of different items each with green heading titled "Add to request list" containing a check box. As soon as you click the check boxes a separate area called "Your Request List" is populated with some data.
I'm having trouble figuring out what's going on with IE6's Msxml2.XMLHTTP object. I have two feed addresses in this stripped down version of my code below. Both work fine in Firefox (using the XMLHttpRequest object), but only the thinkgeek one works in IE. In the processFeed function, it shows the problem - the first alert shows 0 for the wikihow feed in IE, though it can still display the responseText. Any insight? Code:
my site seems to be working perfectly on firefox but when I access it on internet explorer everything loads fine but there is a yellow marker on the status bar of IE saying there are errors on the page. I copied the source into dreamweaver to check for browser specefic bugs but the only bugs that came up were that in Netscape. So any idea why this is happening? The link to my site is in my profile.
I am having trouble with Internet Explorer AGAIN.How do you use the setTimeout for it?This is what I am using and it is working on all of the other browser:Code:setTimeout("growContact(" + (height+20) + ")", 0);
I have a problem, and maybe someone knows the solution.
Context : - Browser : IE 6.0 - Application server : Livewire Pro - Client OS : Windows 98 SE - Server OS : NT4 - I have a frameset, including several pages, but only one will be used for the example. -------- | a | -------- | b | -------- - a form on the main page (a.html i.e.) - a data is manually typed, then I submit the form => the action will redirect to a new page (c.html) - on this new page, I do a history.go(-1), so I'm back on the a.html page, and the data is still there (it's ok) - cache parameters : "check on every page visited"
Problem : - From the main page, if a popup gives the data to the form, so after the submit and the history.go(-1), the form contains NO data !!!
So, the data is lost when the data input is not made by hand.
I have no troubles with Netscape/Mozilla, but only with IE.
I have a shortcut on my desctop that points to web location. When a user clicks on it the Internet explorer opens the web location but without the navigation bar status,location bar address bar, but with resize handlers.
Ok, if this cannot be done is there a javascirpt that can imediatly remove this when the page is called?
I have a link which when clicked either fades up a full screen overlay and a popup box ontop or fades them both down. This works perfect in every browser except IE7 and IE8. The popup box fades in and out OK but the overlay just appears or disappears with no fading (which is bizarre!)