Flow Chart - Hiding Certain Data Until Being Clicked?
Jan 28, 2011
I am really new to coding and am trying to include a flowchart that I have created on my site. There is a series of 5 questions with 2 possible answers for each question. Can anyone help me with some coding that would let me show only the first question and based on how they answer that, the flow chart would open up to the second question and once they answer the second question, it opens up to the third question and so on?
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After a bit of looking around I thought I has done it, but no luck. Can anyone let me know whats going on here? Code:
I awhen it comes to "developing" jQuery but I am trying to do something that is seemingly something simple but I can't for the life of me, figure out the best way to do it.
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what happens when you have an onclick event and an error occurs in it:
In an <a> element: onclick="zoomFullExtent(); return false;"
I know that there is an error happening in zoomFullExtent. I didn't define my own error handler, so the default one is used.(My browser is Firefox 1.0).
I notice that when this error happens, the browser makes a request to the server.
I thought that if an error happened in zoomFullExtent, the default error handler would catch it, and then zoomFullExtent would return normally. But that doesn't seem to happen. Instead the whole onclick script returns or is aborted? And it seems to return true so that the request is made. Is there a page where this program flow is explained?
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It is possible to do something like this in the web?
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Here is my php:
The background of the chart appears but no data. I suspect that its because the json_encode returns a string.