i have an html page that when it loads theres an onLoad event called which calls a function.now what i want to do is be able to click a link that refreshes the page but at the time on the refresh it skips the onLoad event. is this possible?
I'm trying to run this script on Firefox. I'm copying and pasting the whole thing in here just to be safe, but I'm mostly concerned with getting the findLegendary function to call catchPok(). The script executes fine, goes into the battle, but then...does nothing.It runs the catchPok function if I manually click and deselect the "Find Legendary" window option, so alternately, if somebody knows how to make the program automatically click the element at that point to stop repeating the function (maybe?) and it works, I'd be just as happy with that. My best guess is that the autoContinue function might be interfering somehow, since it runs that portion of the code with the manual findLegendary shutoff, but to be honest I'm pretty clueless.
What I want it to do is run the catch function through, catch the game pixel, and then go back to repeating. I don't care how this is accomplished as long as it can feasibly loop. The game rules allow botting, so this isn't against any site rules, either.
I made a function call on the form onLoad event and it is ignored in firefox. I place an alert box just b4 the fucntion and it is called correctly by the browser but it stops when it enters the fucntion. This work as it is intended in IE. How do I make a fucntion call in Firefox?
I have no previous programing experience so I find myself struggling with even adapting tutorial made navigation to my needs... Anyway, I have this 3 state/sprite/jquery navigation bar, in two(2!) versions, got them by using 2 different tutorials. And neither one does exactly what I want...[code]...
But I have a feeling that it is not wasted - something is calling it. Maybe the system knows it is there and it is called by a mouse event. But how does the system know it is there?
Here is the coding for the event handler('initialize()' is a different function altogether - that works): <body onload="initialize(),<?php echo $init ?>;"> And here is what it looks like from the source code when the page is displaying in a browser: <body onload="initialize(),appendIaRow('AdmTbl','AdmValue','Administrator', 1, 'Joan'),;">
This page looks up a username and password and submits a form to log on to another application on a different server. This works on my PC and on most other PCs I've used to test this on, but it's not working on one of our user's PCs. It remains on this page, and it appears as if no attempt is made to execute the script.
I am doing a simple function to validate text fields(you can see the code below). Now, the alert box appears only once when I refresh the page, not when I click inside or outside the username box. #username is the id of a input text field. On a sidenote, how can I pass multiple parameters to the function(not a fixed number of params)? or should I just pass an array?
I have a button on a page that is created with the <input> statement - this statement also contains the event handler onClick. The button displays correctly on the page but the event handler is not working - I know this as I put a simple alert at the beginning of the function PrcsBtn1.
I have a page that I click an edit button. Upon clicking the edit button, another page is loaded via ajax, and displayed inside a <div> tag. During the new page that is loaded, I am pulling some field's properties to see if they are filled in, and if they are, then make them a certain color. Currently, on slower internet connections, this PageLoad function will not work because the pageload function is ran before the page is actually loaded.
So, I am looking for a solution to check to see if the page is loaded, completely, then I want to run the PageLoad function. Here is the function from the click of the button that says "edit". This calls the page to display:
Problem: The alert box shows up when the page loads as well as when the button is clicked. This is not desirable. code...
I have a small script that tries to open a child window. if successful, it then closes the child window and redirects the parent window. If this process fails, there is no child window, no redirection.
the script below works fine in FireFox but in Chrome, if the process fails, the redirection still happens. code...
window.loadFirebugConsole is not a function If I comment out line 3 in code.js, the console debug runs okay, so the ready function is running okay. Even though there's a reference to Firebug, the same error occurs in Safari too. Nothing on the page loads.
I am trying to insert the following call into my page;
It works fine in all browsers except ie(6,7,8) Internet Explorer can not open website. Operation Aborted. I understand it is caused by the jquery autocomplete function loading before the page / DOM has fully loaded. I tried adding Defer="true" to the script however this doesn't seem to work.