if i have an xml file on a server, lets say a dvd collection. and i have a
form that gets information for a new dvd and i append this dvd to the dom.
not do is save the changes this is easy in vb.net and c# but seeing as i
have to work with the server its a whole new world. I dont want to have to
use asp or anything that requiers expensive software and or ides. If it can
be done with jscript this would be great. or does this sort of thing depend
on the server itself?
I am trying to make a Page with 8 Scrolling Text boxes, and I want to know how, If possible,I could save the page, As is, with everything I entered still on it...It could even stay a html. That is actually prefered....
Here's the problem when using IE for Windows: I have a website that has Word Documents to download, however these doc's open as word in the browser window. What I want: To automatically launch the save as box from a link Any dhtml tricks/advice for this?
I select an option availabe in select and on selecting yes on the confirm msg save and submit it. Now i select another option and if i select no on the confirm msg I need to get the previously selected option and use it.
The code is as follows:
I have this in a FORM tag: OnSubmit="return SendForm(this);
to save the content of the form in a cookie. But I need to save it a on windows print, where I reload the form with a css for print. Therefore the form must be filled in again from the cookie. But how do I save the form without submitting ?
I retrieve the saved data with: onLoad="OldForm(document.forms(0));
I've built a client side webpage for our internal users, which when loaded, generates some HTML within an iFrame. The HTML generated to the iFrame is then saved as HTML. I know it's useless to disable the Save As command, but can I at least intercept when they select this from the menu and display a message?
So when I click on this, it gives me the option of downloading my base64 info just fine, but the problem is, the name of it looks to be just the entire base64 string. I was wondering if there was a way I could set this name? I can get the file name, so I'd love to just put 'blah.jpg' as the name that the user downloads.The reason I'm asking is because when I download the file, it comes out as (random characters).bin.part, and if I know the download is a pdf, I try opening it with a pdf viewer, but get yelled at by the MIME type... however, if I simply change '.bin.part' to '.pdf', I can open the file just fine, so I'd love for an automatic naming system, but not sure how to implement that.I've tried the document.execCommand('saveAs', '1', '<filename here>'), but I think this is for an actual file that you serve from the server... I don't have the actual file, just the base64.
I found this script online that lets users on an iPhone drag boxes around the screen. The problem is that when you reload the page, the boxes are in different positions than what they were before the reload. Like, you would drag the boxes around and then reload the page, but the boxes would be in the default locations. I want the boxes to stay in the same spot that they were the previous time they moved them. Does that make sense? Anyways, here's the example I found online: [URL] Only works on iPad/iPhone/iPod Touch.
This is code use to save XML file using Javascipt but it can't not save full Processing Instruction, example we have PI is <?xml version="1.0" encoding="utf8"> when run the code then PI is saved with <?xml version="1.0"> and sometime it doesn't word.code...
I have a long survey form and once its submitted it gets recorded into a database. I would love to be able to save a PDF version of the HTML form with all their radio buttons and textfields filled out at the same time its submitted. It would need a unique name that matches their record in the database (maybe it pulls the data that was entered into one of the form fields for the name).
Whether it gets uploaded to an ftp or just emailed to a mailbox doesn't really matter. The purpose of this is to basically have a visual interpretation of the data by a single user.
I am trying to save a div where I have inserted an image with insertimage() to a mysql databe, everytime it garbles my table for some reason, a div with text only works like a charm. I use serialize/deserialize.
The only reference to form_data I could find was in the HTML file: <div id="form_data" class = "userdata"> Code:
I am using a script found on Dynamic Drive and edited it a bit to fit my needs. Its a script to toggle a content area and at the same time display a + or - depending on if the content is displayed or not. The problem, the state of the content area is saved in a cookie, but the +/- state is not. I have gone over some cookie tutorials and looked through the forums, but I just couldnt figure how to edit the code to make the +/- save state. Code: