Retain Values In A Webpage Even After Saving It On A Local Disk Of Computer?
Feb 10, 2010
what to do to retain values of a webpage even after saving the webpage on the local disk? i have developed my webpages in dreamweaver cs4 also my webpages are using opera 10.10 as default browser and one more thing i cant migrate it to any other browser.
I am looking for a way to select a file from a list and load it into a webpage. The page and the files are stored on a sd-card for off-line usage, I know that listing files remote dynamicly needs a scripting engine but since the sd-card is on the client side that is not possible, but I can make a list of those files when creating them.
It a very simple question,but unfortunately i'm not getting how to do itI have two html file(eg. 1.htm and 2.htm). In 1.htm i have a textbox,a combo box and a submit button.i enter some value in text box and click submit.The page is redirected to 2.htm.Second page has one Hyperlinkwhich is redirected back to first page.Now the question is: Firstly,i want to display the textbox value in second page.Secondly,when the page is redirected to the first page the textbox should retain its value.
I have an asp page to search for data. I like to open it in a new window while retain the search values. And I also can resize the window as well as set its attributes like height, width,etc. I created a js function like this:
I have to print my cell phone call records but unfortunately my wireless provider displays the number I called only when mouse is hovered over Call details. I have 470 call records and copy pasting all those numbers when mouse is hovered over it will be one hell of a task.
Is there any way I could save all the information related to Called Number and do not have to move my mouse for each and every number?
Using my basic programming understanding (Though I know nothing about java), they are using some mouseover function that displays this information. The possibility of this information to be on the server is less because this information is even available when I switch off my wireless.
Im modifying some open source code and in this instance I would like to write some data to a file (possibly for the user to download). In this code the user can toggle the hidden exportData to be shown on the webpage. However, I would like to give the option of downloading/saving the data as a file (only the exportData which I believe is the document.getElementById("path")). I have tried various tricks found online, but have yet to produce the hoped for result.
I have web page where user can upload file. He can select which file to upload with standard HTML input of type file. I want to add this feature: when user select some file (e.g. picture, pdf etc.) in file select dialog, I want to add link to selected local file. When user click on it browser(maybe associated application) should open local file so user can review what he selected. I was experimenting with urls with "file" protocol but it works only with html file located on local computer not for one on web server. I found that this is because of security restriction in browsers.
I'd like a way to run a local program on the users system from a webpage.
Obviously this is generally a VERY BAD IDEA (format c: -y anyone?) but in this case it is internal and only a few people will be doing it, so the website can be put into any relevant "trusted" containers in the browser.
Basically what I want is a link like this: <a href=.....>123.456.12.32</a>
and when the user clicks on the link it opens up their local copy of vnc and attempts to vnc to the IP address supplied.
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.
Im using a plugin called select chain and modified it a bit. Right now im trying to pass only selected values of a multi select list through ajax. The following function does a bit more but im concerned with the part that says cust_val: customer.val().join(",") This should return only selected values. This is what happens if i put it in an alert(). however when i check firebug to see what was posted it shows the entire list. I've tried alternatives like option:selected.... they all work for aler() .. the info passed through ajax shows the entire list.
i just wanted to know how to pass values from one webpage to other webpage.i have this textfield in the form whose value is going to be same in all the webpages.so when i put this value in my first web page it should come in other web pages automatically how to do that?
this is the code snippet that i use in the buttons tag of jquery ui. reassign.php updates the records in my database as I want it and I can see the changes reflected in phpmyadmin. However, after the page refreshes (after location.reload()) , the changed values are not reflected in my webpage. even manually refreshing it doesnt work. when I manually changed the table values in PHPMyAdmin, the changes were reflected in the main page.
What I would ideally want is to embed the total in the page, rather than a text field. The total appears to the user like it is normal text in a page, only it will update when the form values are changed.
I presume that I want document.write to do this? Does anyone know how I could do this/ or if there is a page that does this sort of thing where i can 'borrow' the code?
What is the correct way to incorporate a .js file into an HTML file *IF* the .js file on a hard disk?
What I have tried is listed below but it does not work... When trying to access a function module in one of the .js files, I get an error that the function module is not defined (which would lead me to believe that it is not being imported with the .js "src" instruction.
The problem is I want to do this web page up a bit more, add graphics etc. but if I save as web page html only it won't include any images I add to the html page, and if I change it so that they save as (Web Page Complete) rather than write the webpage out with the notes it will write the webpage with the code document.write(string) but as this is on the users hard disk now string will be undefined as it no longer run alongside the course. Is their any other way anyone can think of doing this type of functionality, I am trying to stay away from using PHP
1. user click "start" button for the e-test,
2. user need to finish the e-test with in 20 minutes, after 20 minutes the form will auto submit and the data will save into file,
3. me will go to the file folder open it and print out the qestion and anwser.
4. The file will be detele after i print out and the next user can do the e-test again.
I got the time counter and the auto submit script. but i just have no ideal how to save the data into file.