I'm currently trying to create a script which can grab the HTML from a web page and store it. For example, if I want to use google and search for the term "dogs", I want to be able to access that information.
I am trying to create a chrome extension that can pass text from a text box to a webpage text box. Basically my company has an intranet site where you can search for an employee. The url does not display the search terms so i cant just append to it. Since I cant really work on this outside of work (its an intranet site) i have tried replicating it from home using the let me google that for you (www.lmgtfy.com) site.
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?
I currently have an alert message box appearing which asked the user to visit a website to take a survey. What I would ideally like is a message box appearing which gives them two options in the form of buttons. Yes to take the survey now, which would link to the web page. The second button being cancel which would close the message box, which is normally done with the OK button now.
Could anyone know the script code for a WEBPAGE ON TOP OF A WEBPAGE? The site was not working anymore, so I can't tell you the link. This is what I saw, When I visited the site (Mainpage) There's just a Welcome Image that shows CLICK HERE TO ENTER. After clicking the link, a loading faded icon appears on top of Welcome Image covering that Welcome Image with Webpages, it's like popping to the center of the page. I don't know if someone of you could understand me. It's like Page on TOP of another Webpage without leaving the 1st page.
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?
Is it possible to create a loop using code to play a song on a webpage? Or does the while statement have to produce numbers like 1, 2, 3? I don't really understand what types of things I am allowed to use when creating a loop.
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.
I have one web page, in it i want to get the content from user for some description.I used earlier as a text area field.Now i want to put simple HTML tags included editor.(as like we enter this description in sitepoint).
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.
If you don't understand, I'm thinking about e-cards. I do not have access to any CGI or ASP or anything on my host (it's free, though not Xoom or anything). Therefore I'd like to write an HTML email including a greeting and picture directly from a form after gathering the visitor's send details and greeting.
I am using $.post to send an HTTP Post Request to my web page and I receive the generated HTML code within the corresponding callback function. Unfortunately, the browser does not reload the web page automatically to see the changes of the request. For sure, I could use document.window.reloaed() to make them visible, but instead I simply wanna use the returned HTML code to change web page.
Is it possible to have a text box input searching for the entered text on another webpage in the same way Find In Page would do? I have a webpage that I want users to input an item, and that this will open the targeted webpage and bring you to (and highlight) the matched item(s) like find in page does. Is this possible or is the easiest way to just make users open the link to the target page and just complete the find in page search there?