I am able to run below code in IE but not in FireFox. Script : var prodElement = document.getElementById('moveattrribseq '); var value = " "; prodElement .add(new Option(value,value)); : This not working in FireFox
I'm getting an error message come up in IE6 when somenone subscribes to my newsletter from my home page (either from the drop down hover box form or the left hand form) here .
After entering a name and email address I get:
A runtime error has occurred....do you wish to debug? Line 4 Error: Unterminated string constant
When I click NO I then get a second small windows popup which says:
A runtime error has occurred....do you wish to debug? Error: Expected ')'
I've looked at lines 4 and 43 of my thanks.php page (the page subscribers get when they fill out the form but before they double optin via the email) and I can't find anything wrong. I guess the first message expects a semicolon and the second obviously a closing bracket. Code:
I'm looking to fill out an input box, and onBlur get info from the database and echo it. Very similar to how you register on this site, when you fill out a username, onBlur it checks to see if the username is available and echos yes or no. I want to fill out a username, and when you click out of the textbox, echo the First and Last name if it exists.
I have been doing google map and display the google map in my profile page. The flow of my web application is login page-> profile page I wanted to have only one marker and echo the logged in user's name and address in infowindow of the google map. However, i can only echo all users in my database and show all markers to the google map.
I have a form, that when the user click Submit, I need a php variable to be echoed to the page. This is for an upload page. So when they are waiting for the file to upload, it will say "Uploading..." until the upload is complete.
I am trying to do a simple echo onclick, but despite what I try to do, it shows no errors, but won't work. I've tried things like: echo "<div onclick="alert('test');">t</div>"; echo '<div onclick="alert('test');">t</div>'; But just can't seem to get it to work right. I'm trying to do this on a script that is being eval on the ajax request. Thus I'm having problems placing the ',", marks.