In the following (IE only) mini page (a table which is supposed to have a fixed header), when you first do anything with the scroll bar, you will see the top two rows of the table jump slightly (a few pixels) down and to the right. I could figure out a specific numeric fudge factor value that will make me happy on my own Win 2K / IE 6 system, but I'd like to know a proper way to make this more general (for other IEs). Code:
I have the following down code to display xy of image pixel I want to add an event ( onclick ) to save the current xy to an array after that I want to add a button to display the previous saved xy in this array...any clue??
<html> <head> <script> function showPosition1(evt,elImage)
I will have two text boxes that will accept numeric values and an image. What I need is if the user change the value of box 1, the value in box 2 will automatically update depending on the pixel dimensions of the image and vice versa.
Basically I need to automatically calculate the pixel ratio of an image and then use that value to multiply by the user inputted size.
I'm about to pull my hair out dealing with this pixel.This is the information CJ has given me. The OID (order ID) is a unique alphanumeric ID that needs to be generated on your end, and will be assigned to each unique transaction that occurs. If the OID is not unique, meaning if our system detects a duplicate OID for another transaction, the second transaction will be ignored, which is why it is important that unique OIDs are generated for each transaction (in your case, for each lead form that is completed and submitted) and
What I would suggest doing for your OID, is hardcoding a time and date stamp into the pixel to act as the OID. When you do this, you must exclude any symbols (colons, slashes, periods, etc) from the time/date stamp, and have the time be recorded all the way down to the millisecond. Since it will be extremely rare (if it happens at all) that two transactions will occur within the same millisecond, it will create a unique number to act as the OID for each lead that is submitted.
I've just finished another slideshow, but is there a possibility to make a slidehow go to the fist DIV without sliding back. It should be way better when it appears to slide forward just as the other animations.
I want to build a site where the user can customize the product before moving forward. For example: Start with a stock car. User uses drop down menu to change car color (image changes to reflect change) Then User uses drop down menu to change tires (image changes to reflect change while keeping first selection) I know xhtml & css only. Before diving into a new language and library, I'd like to know if I'm even in the right toolbox.
Here is an example I found. <html><head> <title>Pennies on the dollar....</title> <meta name="title" content="Pennies on the dollar...." /> <meta http-equiv="Content-Type" content="text/html; charset=UTF-8" /> <meta name="keywords" content="James Lloyd Art Artist Portfolio Artwork Collection Jimmieknuckles Sweetjellyrolls Photographer, concert, Keswick theatre, two gallants,avett brothers,hoots and hellmouth, photography, portrait,digital photography,artist,godzero,debbie harry,dylan,rollins,band,bands,music,man man,islands,debbie harry,avett brothers,o'death,scat,porn,bitch,love,sex," /> <link rel="stylesheet" href="[URL]" /> <meta name="verify-v1" content="EZTyzCjCcn5DuxloPDBNTaPdJFkofBjwXIDPVFzKHCg=" /> </head><body> <div id="contact_stage" class="stage"> <a id="title" href="[URL]"></a> <div id="navigation" style="position: relative"> .....
I have been searching, without success so far, for a script that will allow me to carry a value forward from one web page to another.
In the first I have a text entry field iName
In the second I have a text entry field os1
Is it possible to carry forward the value of iName and have it automatically entered as the value of os1 on the second page? I don't need to show it on the page but I do want the value to be transmitted when the form is 'posted'.
I work for a very small business and therefore my job functions are quite varied, and once in a while I stumble upon something which I'm not really qualified to do.
In this case I've run into a problem updating the company's (very simple) web site.
For a variety of reasons, it's become necessary to create a web page that automatically forwards the user to another website on the same server.
I am using formmail and JS to collect booking info calculates a total and sends to email. Formmail redirects to a thankyou page. Here I can send the total to paypal. I have looked and looked, but cant work out how to pass the total from the booking form to the thankyou page.
I get this weird bug on firefox 3.5 and chrome. And strangely IE8 has no problem with it, which is why i think its a JS error. When I got to my site [URL], I get this error for some reason my blogs content moves a few pixles forward. and when i Refresh the page it goes back to normal
I figured instead of reinventing the wheel someone surely has a simple a banner rotator with forward/back options, but darn if I can find one. There are countless scripts out there, but I can�t find one where the user can select the next banner before its allotted time. It would be simple enough in flash, but it was requested I stay with java script.
Anyone have any leads for a very basic banner rotation script that incorporates the forward/back selection option?
i know html , at JavaSript i'm to noob to actualy make something of my own just Edit, i'm still learning and atm i'm working on a website and I'm struggling to find a way to Filter email addresses to redirect my New Members to their e-mail provider,for example if they would register[url].... after their press Register to be forwarded to [url].... so they would login and activate their account, or if they enter[url] to be forwarded there .
how can i filter email and forward to URL inside my webpage , this could help me with another ideea i have, again this would have to be filtered[url].... etc , to be forwarded to a local URL inside my site depending on what Email Provider they enter to go to a different link so i can redirect them to their email provider.
I want to create back and forward buttons on my web page. I didn't havena problem with that... the thing I am having trouble with is I would like to display "disabled" images when there if there isn't a page to go back/forward...how would I go about doing that?