want do a sorting of large massive of eml files stored in folder: just
to arrange(sort) eml files inside that folder by recipent email ("To:"
field) (there is different data in "To:" field due different senders)
Just want that script parse eml files, looked for specified emails
address or name in 'To' field and arrange this emails at the top. This
probably will require ActiveX.
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.
(1) The lack of support for the hasOwnProperty method in Safari
(2) Odd, intermittent errors in Gecko browsers, something to the effect of "llegal operation on WrappedNative prototype object."
If anyone's familiar with other libraries, or with ideas for working with these issues in using the json.org library, I'd love to hear about them.
This one has plagued me for some time now. I am parsing an XML file for a search feature. On my local machine, the code below works fine in FF, but when I upload it, I get an error stating y (the root element) is undefined. I think the problem may be with my onload method but I can't be sure.
I just can't figure out why this works locally and not on the server. IE works fine, but then again it uses the activeXObject method so it should function differently.
I'm trying to incorporateRemy's select-chainplug-in into my code, and I'm having troubles. I hopesomeone can take a minute or two to help me. My situationseemed simple, only 2 levels, Products and Programs under each Product. I have the back-end working, so it returns the JSON list of Programswhena Product ID is passed. However, the plug-in keeps failing in the .ajax() function, tripping the error(). It reports a "parsererror", so I know I've messed up something. One wrinkle, I have multiples of the Product/Program pairs on my page, identified as "prod_x"/"prog_x", so I need to dynamically call them. Here is my code:
can a web parser differentiate between static and dynamic text on a webpage? for example there is a string on a webpage Hello "Fantastic Four"In this "Hello" is a static data and "Fantastic Four" is a dynamic data (say being populated form a database value)Is it possible for web parser to detect whcih is a static and dynamic content?
I am developing a series of web pages that use JS, and they are all fairly similar except for some very small changes. What I am hoping to do is create one page that accepts a parameter from location.search and then uses that to include a JS file with the appropriate parts that are different from the main page. I am aware that I could do this the other way round (ie. several different pages that include a set of core functions etc.), but that will not work for this project.
I need to do this without any server side scripting. For now at least, the html is being used locally with local files. Code:
I noticed that some sites use <script src='fineName.js?ver=XXX'></script(even google) Someone told me that it's for script changes, means - if the file in server has been changed than the new XXX will demand to load the new file. I find it hard to believe that it's true.
I would like to include text from an external file in my html file. This is normally done with <object> or <iframe> but in this case the style sheet and internal links (like <a href="#positiononpage">) do not work. So I thought of writing a little script which does the following
- open the file http://something.com/textfile.htm - put the content of that file in variable "var" - document.write(var)
Is this possible? (also without using activeX objects)