How To Set The Current Page As The Home Page In Firefox
Oct 20, 2005
I have a button in my site which when clicked, will set the current page to be the home page for the user. I use the following code:
var hiddenLink = document.getElementById('dummyLink');
somewhere in my <body>, I have the following link definition:
<a href="#" id="'dummyLink'" style="display:none"></a>
Now, this solution works fine for IE But I need to have a working solution for Firefox and Opera too. Does anyone know how to solve this in these 2 browers?
1. Take the current URL of the page and open a new window with a URL based on the current page. Some examples (I use "->" to mean "this URL turns into that URL"):I plan to use these bookmarklets in sequence, first pressing 1 to log into the CMS, then pressing 2 to edit the current page.
When someone comes to my site I would like to check to see if their homepage is set to my site. If it is then nothing is done. If it is not then I'd like a link to appear that asks if they'd like to set their home page to my site.
Can this be done? If so can someone post the code to do it?
how to do this stuff on other browsers. I've research on this but still can't find good codes that do something like the code mentioned above. Others are redirecting the users to do something to make the website their home page.
I'm new to java script and am desperately trying to understand it all. My first question is, I'm trying to create a "rotator" for my companies home page, much like the one on [URL]. And by rotators, I am referring the the deal that right underneath the nav bar that is rotating pics, etc. I found one I like at a different site as well, so I talked to the web developer and he graciously supplied me with the java script code for it. The code is fine, but when I place it in a document, it has the pics and text underneath each other instead if rotating the pics.
i want a make my web site the home page of the visitors who 'll visit my site....but i wanna do this without giving any message 2 them....i daont want them to know abt this....that on their visit my web site 'll become their home page.
My requirement is, I have multiple pages in tab format. If i am on first page in edit mode and change any control's value and without saving information i click on other tab that particular time a popup should appear showing validation message say "you are moving without save and it will loos all changes either click ok to loose the changes and move to other page or click cancel to remain on the current page."I tried using var isDirty = false; var msg = 'This page has unsaved changes.Click OK to abandon the changes and leave the page.Click Cancel to stay on the page so that you can save your changes.';
Based on the lack of responses to the last hole (which I am attributing to one of the following:
a. The hole being too difficult,
b. It being overly time consuming, or
c. People not wanting to do it)
I have decided to take a step back for this hole.
This function should either take a file name/ path to file or a full URL as a parameter. If it is a filename/ path the function should include the file from the base URL of the current site (such as [url]). If it is a full URL just include it.
Make sure you don't allow files to be included multiple times, we don't want that!
There is many examples of PageLoader's etc. in the web, but I can't find a script like facebook (and many other sites) uses. When a link is cliked -> user stays at current page and get's "Page loading" etc. notice until the next page is fully downloaded.In other words; When I click a link (Internet Explorer), I get first "a white page" until next page show's ..I want, that the page does not go white at all, but current page show's until the next page is fully downloaded.
Before the home page of a site i've developed appears, I want the logo of the company to appear on the screen, then fade out to reveal the web page with full functionality. I also could do this be fading out the logo to reveal a static image of the home page which then could redirect to actual home page.
I have a text box in a popup window and i need to pass the value from the textbox to the parent page.My problem is iam able to pass the value at the 1st time,but the next time when i try to do this im not getting the value.The thing is if i referesh the parent page every time iam able to pass the value.
I've got 2 pages: a current events page and a past events page the current events page loads fine as there is only about 10 events the past events page takes about 30 seconds to load and will crash if u click your mouse in the loading time.
The pages are near identical the only difference is the query that selects the events (> versus <)
The page loads immediately without:
But when i put it back in the above happens. I'm using jQuery.roundedcorners.
I have posted in my community in Open Text an accordion, but only the text is displayed like a bloc, no accordion effect.on this community the Module header look and feel is based on a CSS. It seems that i have some conflicts between both (no error message displayed).
I would like to create a "slide show" on my website's home page.
Here are some examples of what I mean...[URL]
P.S. Attached are 4 images that can be used for a "mock-up". (Just some silly jokes!)