Ajax :: Pass The Value From A Texbox In Popup Window To The Home Page?
May 13, 2010
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 need to open a popup window from a PHP site and pass in some parameters to use in the pop up window. I have the params in an input box and need to get the val of the box into a param and pass it to the new popup window. All pages are local and in the same folder. The id of the input box is 'ddutykey'. The name of the new window would be showduty.php if possible.
how I can populate the value of an input field on a parent window from a selected item (of a form - listmenu) on a pop-up window? Basically, I need to pass the value of one form to another form located on a different page...
For example, I have a page: http://www.cmela.com/zz.phpWhen i open a popup by clicking "Click Here to open popup page" and then on popup window, i wanted it to transfer parent page from making a click on a pop up window.Example is at:http://www.cmela.com/zz.phpopen pop up window, and then by clicking on a link on a pop up window i wanted my parent page to go to www.msn.com
Can somebody tell me how I can make a popup window appear behind the main browser window by modifying the script below to do this? I would like it so the popup will load but they won't see it until they close the main window.
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?
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'); hiddenLink.style.behavior='url(#default#homepage)' hiddenLink.setHomePage('http://www.123.com'); 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?
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.