Konqueror And Opera Problems

Dec 16, 2006

I am creating a chat script that uses PHP and Javascript. For part of it I need to empty one of the text boxes. The scripts I use work fine in IE and Firefox, however the the text box will not clear in Opera and Konqueror. I have tried the follwoing:
document.getElementById('commentbox').innerHTML = ''
and
document.chatform.comment.value = "";

Like I said they are both fine in IE and Firefox, but not in Konqueror or Opera. I have searched for hours looking for code that will work.

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Relative References With Konqueror?

Jul 20, 2005

I discover a strange bug in Konqueror 3.1.1.
I design a javascript application which acts in one file called
example.html. At the beggining of this js i write:

if (document.images)
{
folderopen= new Image(16,16);
folderopen.src="http://www.sergioamo.8m.com/buttons/folder_open.png";
folderclose= new Image(16,16);
folderclose.src="http://www.sergioamo.8m.com/buttons/folder_close.png";
}
functions....
....
...
..
and my javascript works perfect.
If i write:

if (document.images)
{
folderopen= new Image(16,16);
folderopen.src="./buttons/folder_open.png";
folderclose= new Image(16,16);
folderclose.src="./buttons/folder_close.png";
}
functions...
....
...
..
my javascript does not work properly. Does anyone knows if is imposible
to use relative references with konqueror 3.1.1 or which is the problem?

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Netscape support we uses __defineGetter__() and __defineSetter__() to
emulate the many IE-only properties. I've tested our site using
Safari, and to my surprise, it renders perfectly. Alas, it's
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Sep 26, 2005

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off by the scroll amount.

My code in the html img tag: onClick="MLDot(event)"

and the related statements in the MLDot function:

xPosition =
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I have a Web page with two frames.

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It works great on all browsers except Konqueror/Safari, where it
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That is, the first time you click on a DHTML-generated link,
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Do you know why this happens?

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Jul 23, 2005

<script language="JavaScript1.2" style="text/javascript">
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if (navigator.userAgent.indexOf("Opera")!=-1) type="OP"
else if (document.all) type="IE" // ie 4 & up
else type="XX"
if (type=="IE")
moveNav.style.pixelTop=document.documentElement.sc rollTop
setTimeout("checkLocation()",5);
}
//-->
</script>

This is suppose to keep the Nav bar at the top of an IE browser. (Yes, it
wobbles a little bit, but what can I do?)

With most other browsers, the Nav Bar stays nice and stationary at the top,
thanks to a nice CSS solution. However, with Opera (at least Opera 7.54 that
I have) the nav bar wobbles a bit like I would expect it to in IE, but still
it gets hidden under most scrolling situations. What's the cure for Opera?

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Mar 30, 2006

I have strange situation, in my webb apps i use a lot of AJAX.
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covered my application be Apache server which serves static files. The
problem is that AJAX working in Opera but only on production server
(cherrypy behind Apache), on developer machine it's not working. Others
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I really want to make my scripts work in Opera. I really, really do.
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but then, I have never seen ANYTHING in Opera's javascript console. Is
there some kind of voodoo I need to perform in order to make that work?

Then, when Opera doesn't like something about a script (even if it works
fine in Spidermonkey), it will sometimes refuse to load it entirely,
which means I can't even do alert() based debugging. What the hell?

Can anyone give me some insight as to how they go about making their
scripts run properly in Opera? I make a point of sticking to ECMAScript
standards (and then making per-browser exceptions where needed *COUGH
IE*), but Opera just doesn't want to cooperate.

This is in Opera 8, by the way. I haven't upgraded yet, since I don't
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I have included a file below that tests onKeyPress in Opera 7.11. I am
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pressing the keypad - causes the textarea to get physically smaller. I
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var newimg = document.createElement('img');
newimg.setAttribute('id', 'placeholder');
newimg.setAttribute('src', 'images/large/courtyard.jpg');

I'm then positioning the element on the page using appendChild(). Everything works perfectly on Firefox 1, IE5+, Opera 8, Konqueror 3.3.1 (Linux) but not in Opera 7.54. I suspect the element is being created as associated styling on #placeholder is being applied (just some padding and borders) but the image itself is not being displayed. I assume therefore that the problems lies with setAttribute()?

This seems like the sort of problem that others would have encountered, but I haven't been able to find mention of it anywhere.

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I have this code

[URL]

If you'll use Opera browser, it will display lightbox style animation after clicking on marker on the map. Other browsers are not so kind

Chrome give an error Uncaught TypeError: Object [URL] has no method 'click'

To display animation in bumpbox(lightbox alternative) I use this html code

Code:

<div id="neco" style="display: none">
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displayFrm.contentWindow.document;

objToResize = (displayFrm.style) ? displayFrm.style : displayFrm;

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the code above gets called every time a new page is loaded inside the
iframe (ifrmDisplay) what its doing is resizing the iframe so it can
have the same size as the page inside it, so i can eliminate the need
for vertical scroller for the iframe, i assumed that it works on opera
and IE at the same time, when i tried it out, it worked on IE but not on
opera. after lot of time in researching how i can get workaround this
issue with opera, that is the best possible solution i have and yet it
doesnt work. so i gave up and asking you if you can help me out here ,
coz this is jst driving me crazy!

the problem is im not a javascript expert, to be honest i jst started
doing javascripts about two days ago, that is why im in need for help

by the way, here is inner html for the iframe if its any use

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