so i want a background that changes each day. and ideally i wouldn't be using an array for this.. and instead could just do something like...
var d = new Date() document.write("<body background='"d.getMonth(),d.getDate()".jpg'>")
with the images in the same directory being named 01.jpg for jan 1st, 031.jpg for jan 31st, etc. etc.
but i know nothing about the syntax or structure that that would require. i think my non-working example should at least explain what i want to accomplish... can someone tell me how i can do this? i know it's possible... i've seen every part i need in other scripts, and ten different ways to do it, but i just don't know how to make them all work together without getting a bunch of errors... :(
p.s. this is actually on my windows desktop, not a website. it seems like some scripts won't work in an html set as the desktop background, but will on a webpage.
I searched the forum on how to display a year. What I want to do is include the code so that the copyright year will automatically change without me manually changing it every year. I found the following code when doing a search in codingforums. Can I use this code on my site?
Also, some sites have the original year the website was created for the copyright. Others have the current year, and yet others have the created year thru the current year. Is there any 'rule' on what is supposed to be displayed?
I have a script that I have been using to increase the year by 1 with a button click. Now I have a need to increase it by 3 when a certain condition exists. When docNum is like PE03.50.11/0022 and the number before the "/" is 11, I need to increase by 3. What I have is not working. It looks so simple. Can som fresh eyes give my some input?[code]
So I'm working on gallery page. The content is separated by years. I want the years of work to be able to collapse and expand when the year is clicked. I'm not sure how to get each year to act independently of each other and also to have the current year to not be hidden. Also, the way I have it now, it expands out of the screen before correcting itself.
I want to create an array for a religious website that will display a different Bible verse for each day of the year. This is how I incremented each day of the year. var myDate=new Date(); myDate.setFullYear(2011,2,4); myDate.setDate(myDate.getDate()+1); How do I make the connection between the array and the new date as it changes?
This is a snippet from the array. var dailyVerseRef=new Array(); dailyVerseRef="Genesis 1:1"; dailyVerseRef="Genesis 1:2"; dailyVerseRef="Genesis 1:3"; dailyVerseRef="Genesis 1:4"; dailyVerseRef="Genesis 1:5"; dailyVerseRef="Genesis 1:6"; dailyVerseRef="Genesis 1:7"; dailyVerseRef="Genesis 1:8"; I used a switch to go through the days of the week, but to go through the days of the year seems more difficult.
I am trying to create simple JS code for two drop down lists...and I am unable to made anything work. Here are the specs:
On my asp page, I need two drop down lists, the first for a four position year (2006, 2005 , 2004, etc) and the second is for two position month. The hook is that I would like them to dynamically update in relation to the present date. Example...present month and year is 03/06. If I select 񟭆' from the year drop down - my only options for the month dropdown should be ༿', ༾', & ༽'. Next month (04/06), my options for the month dropdown should be ཀ', ༿', ༾', & ༽'. If I select 񟭅' - my options for the month drop down should include all 12 months.
I would like this to update dynamically...with no hard coded dates. The range would be now to 5 years prior. It seems like it should be easy but I just can't get the darn thing.
I have a list of serial numbers, a from and to set of numbers that correlate to a year. Id like to have a way to have a user enter a serial number, and have the year returned as the answer. For example;
100001 to 100100 = 1990 100101 to 100200 = 1991 100200 to 100300 = 1992
so if the user enters 100145 the answer 1991 would be returned
how to look for the correct code / function its hared to find the answer - catch 22.
I have 2 different dropdowns lists. One for the month and another for the days (shows the date)
by default when the page is loaded, I am showing January in the first dropdown and 1 in the second dropdown (date).
But if a user selects February from the month dropdown list, I just dont want to show 29th, 30th, 31st etc. Same applicable for say april, june, sept etc where I dont want to show 31st so the user will not be able to select wrong date for a month. How can I do this?