I have this web-app which can also be used offline. However, some content is dynamic (it depends on the user input). What I do now to have it accessible offline, is to store this content into localStorage. However, this works great for text, but what about images!
I've seen examples on the web where the base64 representation of the image-data is used, which is text and can be stored. But how do you get the Base64 of raw image data client-side ?
What would be the preferred way (Assume we don't have a File API) ?
This works fine when served from my server via http. However, I want to load this entire site (including all linked js/css files) from a local filesystem for offline usage. When I move the project to a local filesystem, the browser throws a bunch of errors from the secondary scripts (like jquery-ui) which indicate that the main jQuery lib isn't loading (ie.ReferenceError: Can't find variable: $). This behavior is consistent across IE7/FF3/Safari4Mac.
Has anyone seen a great tutorial on how to use the dom to properly parse an xml document? I was hoping to find something in depth that might show maybe via a pictorial how child nodes and node data etc relates to an example xml document.
I'm going to be out in the middle of nowhere this weekend but I need to study. No internet but I can still use my laptop. "Study" for me involves taking lots of practice tests on a site that uses JS for it's online tests. Can I save these for later reading somehow?
This application looks neat but I don't think it works on JS. [URL]...
I could not find each() in jQuery's documentation. Could it be included there, as I was browsing all the features to find out what exactly is the collection of elements returned by the many JQuery functions and how to be able to access and manage each of them separately, but could not find a page for "each" anywhere (which I found on some tutorial later).
What solutions would you guys recommend for storing data on the client? Is there something better than cookies? I've heard about the flash data storage, but, in my opinion, using flash for something as basic as client-side data caching is like using a sledge hammer to kill a fly.
Need some possible technical solutions to my current project. Im in the middle of creating an 'offline' photo gallery website (on CD). Quite simple, but the challenge is how I can build an offline ordering process which
1) Allows the person browsing the cd photo gallery to select various photos, 2) Generate some sort of page/file which can then be printed then faxed, or even emailed if possible.
Does anyone have any tips on the best way to do this?
I'm using this script to call the correct mp3 for a web page.I need this (or something like it) to work when the html pages are being viewed from a CD instead of online. It works fine in IE8 (after I allow it to run) but I need it to work in Firefox as well. Right now Firefox just tells me that it cannot find a suitable plugin.
i have this site everything works perfect offline(local) but when i put it on my server theres a few things that mess up. What isnt working.. I have a little readmore link beside a main quote on everypage and this uses ceebox to open it. Within this lightbox it shows an html page that i made with just a little write up, at the bottom is a little nav and onclick it should be opening the corresponding hidden div while closing the lightbox. this works offline perfect, i cant seem to figure out why it wont once uploaded. I have gone over all folder names, etc and im positive this isnt the problem. this is the main page html snippet with the read more link
I have a introduction webpage, which I wanted to supplement with a background slideshow. I chose Supersized slideshow jQuery plugin [URL] , implemented the code in my website. Everything looked okay, when I run the website offline, but when I upload it on the server, there is no background. The website is [URL].