i have a small (LAN only) web server running on my computer, and i would like to be able to make a web page in which i can run a program on the server computer from another compuer. say, for instance, i click a button on the web page running on the server, i want that action to run a .exe on the server. i came up with this code, but it doesn't run it server side, it runs it on the computer with the browser.
I'm going to be out in the middle of nowhere this weekend but I need to study. No internet but I can still use my laptop. "Study" for me involves taking lots of practice tests on a site that uses JS for it's online tests. Can I save these for later reading somehow?
This application looks neat but I don't think it works on JS. [URL]...
I am having a hard time understanding how to load a selected option value that I have saved in an external ini file upon load of page. For example, if the user had selected "Baltimore" previously, the value "c" is saved to the external ini file on close. On the next load I want the selected option to read "Baltimore" instead of the default "Atlanta.
I have a problem with uploading files. I need to save the html file below to my hard disk or USB drive so that I can again upload it and then continue to add some more data to the fields. Here are the codes:
I successfully inserted date picker with trigger calendar in my form. I want to use this form for an other website I built. So I simply saved form under different domain name, it is not working.the image calendar.gif does not appear in my new document.I compared code HTML from both form and it is identical though.
I feel this works as it should as I can move from image to image and also have it to run automatically. However, I now want the user to be able to browse an image and the image to be saved to the default directory where the other images are stored.
I currently have a script after searching online which browse's and opens the file, although this is in a new window, whereas with the slideshow the image is to be opened within the table. The browse code is shown below also:
The save function i have found only through research works in IE via the execommand. Any ideas how i could get this to work on other browsers or anthoer method of saving the image into the array?
this code refereshes the whole page and focus goes at the top of the page but I want the focus of the page at the same place where I perform refresh. Actually I am using AJAX to submit a form, a form opens through ajax request but I need to refresh the page to take the effect of the dynamic data, which is being saved,updated or deleted on the page. So is there any way where focus of the page remains there when I refreshed the page
I am just starting to understand JAVA Script a little bit to the point where I am able to modify scripts. Thing is now I can't find anything similar to what I need to modify
I have a page which can be found in google which is nice. But people can find a lot of sub-pages as well which is nice from a PR point of view. Nevertheless I don't want people to jump in the middle. I want them all to start on index.hmtl and nowhere else. So is it possible to have all visitors who click on a search result for example in google to be redirected to index.html ? Maybe referrer based redirect?
we wanted to know if it is possible to redirect a user to a selected page based on their location? Our interest is only in our country but want to redirect based on which state they live in. Town or suburb is not relevant.
I'm running a test on my site for the mcafee secure logo, such that the mcafee logo will be shown to some visitors, and we track conversion rates with and without the logo. Naturally, mcafee have to keep track of the user vir the whole session, through to any 'thank you for buying' page. The code you place on the site is just an image, which includes in the url a reference to your domain.
The tech guy I spoke to suggested that the tracking happens via a cookie. But can this be done, when no script has been called from their server? The headers returned with the image show Content-Type: image/gif.
So basically I'm asking can cookies be set this way? If not then all I can see is that they're tracking urls only, which will be far from reliable.
In some articles on my site I'll be talking about money and I would really like to be able to find out where a visitor is from and target my dialogue to whatever currency they use. E.g. "It is possible to earn 15 pounds/dollars/euros" depending on the readers country.