Anybody know any examples of similar that I could plagiarise to get the basic architecture right?
I have some very strange problem on the Mac (OS-X) with the Safari browser 1.0 (v85). Some information in my form was not filled in... after I turned on debugging and checked the console it displayed some error messages.
The messages displayed were like:
(event handler): value undefined (result of expression trim) is not object. Cannot be called.
I have no idea what this means!!! Does anyone know where to find the solution for this problem? The page works fine on Windows with IE (and probably some more browsers).
Now, I am not talking about some kind of malicious coding, or spyware writing by any means, but I do need it to be able to read the cookies from a site other than my own. At least I think this is what is required. What I am trying to accomplish is this; I have a stats package setup on a different domain than my live website and I am using it to track the stats of the users on my site other than paying for stats service through some other company, and it seems to be working just as I need it to, only I would like for it to be able to do a little bit more. Right now, all it is capturing form the user is their IP address, browser information and host information on their ISP. But, I would like for it to be able do more. I would like for it to be able to retrieve certain cookies generated by a different site and show me the information in which the cookies hold... I am not talking about displaying passwords or any such thing like that, I just need certain information.
I am currently working on an internal browser based application for my company and I would like to remove the toolbar from the Browser window.
Is there any way that I can have the toolbar disappear after the User logs in and goes to the next screen?
In my particular case, the image is changing on the server although the URL for it remains the same, but the browser is still displaying the old image from its cache rather than the new image from its URL location.
I want to use jquery to detect what type of browser you are using and display a link to a .wmv file if you are on IE or display a link to a .mp4 file if you are any other type of browser.I have this script declaration in my <head> section.
On my site i use a lot of features that are unsupported by older browsers, and right now it looks pretty stupid when the features are only partially shown. So i was wondering if there's a way of making the browser look to different css files depending on which browser and version it is. For example, css3 gradient backgrounds are supported in firefox 3.6 or something, but not in 3.0. All the hacks out there is to 3.*, so it changes for the allready working 3.6 too if i hack it. I want to controll it so that i have a specific css file for the none-supporting version and lower and one for the supporting and above. I looked at a bad browser plugin (because it has some of the basic features im looking for)