What I want is a piece of code that reads a table and inserts new entries into a listbox on the user side. I dont want to have to "refresh" the page to get new entries into the listbox.Essentially, the table will get updated by an app on one side and I want users to be able to view the updates as they occur.
I have a single webpage that contains information on all 50 U.S. states. There are 50 links at the top to jump down to the state you want, and at the bottom of the information for each state a Back to Top link.
I'm making the Back to Top link into something more complex, and it will require three or four lines of code.
So that I don't have to repeat the code 50 times, and create a burden when I need to edit it, I want to place it in a .js file and call it x. Then below the information for each state I'll simply have:
Does calling code from a .js file 50 times slow down the page load? Which method would load faster?
I am wanting to be able to swap out any of them to make them 'primary' this works for the first click, but after the first click it makes every div id and input name the same as the first that was clicked.It's also not working AT all if i click on the bottom link first, then a link above it.Top-down works, bottom-up doesn't.
And the jscript detects when d0, d1 or d2 is clicked and executes my script. It all works perfectly, however when you click on a link it will jump to the top of the page as a side effect of the a href="#" I assume?
I have the following problem in Internet Explorer 6: after loading Google map (use simplest example from Google API site) I see abracadabra instead of russian letters on control buttons ("Satellite" and others).
If I simply remove check from View | Encoding Auto-Select and then check this item again the page is refreshed and everything is ok with russian letters. (By the way, there is no such problem in FireFox).
This is what I'm attempting at the moment, links is an array. Should this work? I understand that HTML headers cannot contain complex datasets like arrays, so what format is the data sent in? Ie. how do I decompose the array on the PHP end? Or is there a better way entirely of doing this?
i have a link to a dynamically generated report download. when you click the link it takes a while for the server to do the number crunching and return the file. i need to execute some JS on completion of the file download. is this even possible??
How can we execute external JS files using ajax. I tried to set evalScript as true. but for external js files this is not working. Also, is there any way to protect .js files by not allowing users to download it.
1. When I have the "<textarea>" code lines in it put a text-area on the page, but it puts all of the code following that first text-area line into the text-area box and doesn't execute that segment of code.
2. When there is no "<textarea>" (for the sake of seeing if the rest of it worked) it doesn't check the survey.
I'm stumped and can't figure out what to do at this point Code and pictures follow:
I am using jquery to getjson from my service. The service works perfectly if you use fiddler and through the mvc code behind. You can also call the URL directly in the browser and it sends back the correct data.
But when I execute the below code it calls the service but nothing comes back or there are errors I cannot figure out what they might be. It seems like a very simple test of the getjson function.