The html page is as follows:
A digital signature is a fingerprint of the original programmer, and it allows the security model of the browser to detect where (or from whom) it originated. A script signer can be a person or an organization. By signing a script, you acknowledge yourself as the author and accept responsibility for the program's actions. A signed script contains a cryptographic checksum, which is just a special value that ensures the signed script has not been changed. When a digital signature is detected, you are assured that the code has not been tampered with since the programmer signed it.
Once you finish writing a script, you can use the Netscape Signing Tool to digitally sign it. Signing a script does the following:
Unambiguously assigns ownership of the script to a person or organization.
Allows an HTML page to use multiple signed scripts.
Places the signed script into a Java Archive (JAR) file.
Places the source of the script in the JAR file.
Once a user confirms the origin of the script and is assured that it has not been tampered with since its signing, he or she can then decide whether to grant the privileges requested by the script based on the validated identity of the certificate owner and validated integrity of the script.
AND CSS FILE IS AS FOLLOWS:
At some point while scrolling,the div 'movable' flickers continuously,while at some other point,it is perfectly stable.
I'm having a long page where there will be content to be printed.
I'm using the css using media=print to hide all the unwanted contents and using the window.print method to invoke printing.
But when i click the print button it prints only partial content upto a single page and all the remaining contents are discarded.
I wonder what may be the problem!!!
And there's another problem , i've bills to be printed in order but dont want them to be breaking in between pages .(ie a bill should be printed fully if there is enough space at the bottom or should be printed on the next page)
Hey all. I am currently putting together a test page of mine where a popup window comes up showing a coupon that I will have a link enabling them to print it simply and easily.
So I have a print page that's written in a combination of php & html. The body tag is outside the php with an onload="window.print();window.close;"
The idea behind this print page is when the print button is pressed on the parent window, it generates this child window that is specifically made larger for printing reports that people can read easily. I use css for text styles and the table "width" is longer.
All the html code inbetween the body tags is created by php using the php "Print" function. </head>
My problem is it does not print the table dimension or the font size above a certain size. When I print in landscape, which is what this page is designed for, it prints the same size as "scaled to fit" portrait. On the screen the size is correct and if I use the browser print button, it prints to the correct size.
The css works, it will make changes and will even make the text smaller just won't print over a certain size (9pt?).
I did find a solution to this but then I do not understand why onload fails to work in this scenario. I am summarizing steps I had followed.
1) Read the contents of div using innerHTML and store it to a variable.
2) Read the contents of iframe and store it to a variable. "Details" is id of the iframe.
var iframeObj = document.getElementById("Details"); var iframeDoc; frameDoc = iframeObj.contentWindow.document;
I want to create a layer that 100% wide, 200 px high and stays at the bottom of the screen, even when the page is scrolled, how do I do this? I have seen it on websites but can't find any example code ...
I've named/ID'd the iframes & ilayers. If the document.URL fails I can still make use of the ilayer ID but I need to know the index into the layers array. I can hard-code a index value into the document.layers[x].name but given that the position of the particular content file is dynamic within the parent, the index is going to be wrong 9 out of 10 times. There doesn't seem to any way for an i/layer to know who it is Code:
I want a scrolling JS layer (not CSS) am trying to fit it into an already existing site design which the client doesn't want to change. It works fine when i try it on a new page but the moment I put it into my actual page where it has to fit into a particular are (I used the overflow: hidden it doesn't behave!!
I was wondering if it was possible (and if so how) to put a layer ontop of frames. What I mean is that I would be able to put anything, including tables ontop of frames so that it could go ontop of two frames at once, independent of everything else.
Also if it is possible, how would I make it stay still, evenwhen the page is scrolled... like so that it doesn't even giggle or anything it stays fixed..
Also, on another subject how would i make it appear next to the top right hand corner of a cell in a table?
Can someone help me figure out how to show a hidden layer *ONLY* if the browser is IE for windows? I want it to remain hidden for everything else, Netscape, Opera, Mozilla and anything for Mac. I'm not having much luck out here.
I have form in which I have among other element a series of checkboxes. These have different id, and values but same name attributes. These attributes are populated with good old ASP spaghetti code.
When I check the box, I want a Div tag called "floatleyer" to populate with a duplicate checkbox and it's value ( a string). So now we have pair of check boxes one the page and a matching one in the div area. If you un-check either box of the matching pair the other member of the given pair gets un-checked as well. In addition, the box and value string from the floatleyer is completely removed.