The original code on the html file works fine, but as soon as it is swapped by onclick, the 'add to cart' button does nothing! code...
<html> <!DOCTYPE HTML PUBLIC "-W3CDTD HTML 4.01EN"> <head> <title>Switch</title>
I'm trying to code a script that will display an approximate postage price based on different combinations of variables, but the numbers I defined for each case aren't reflected in the text box. I'm using a switch statement for all the different combinations of options, which the user will choose by selecting check-boxes. (Additionally, I know that this code probably isn't a very efficient way of doing what I'm doing - how to improve it.) I've attached all the relevant parts of the code, including how I defined variables originally.
I'm trying to make a basic rss reader with a google reader-esque functionality of clicking on article names and being able to expand/collapse that article. I'm working on the expand part and am going crazy. I am having no trouble getting content and displaying it without the onclick function but when I try to integrate onclick I can just get the titles.
I am trying to get a checkbox to display an alert when the user clicks the checkbox for "other". Then if they click it again to unchedk it, it should not display the alert again. I keep getting an message that says not an object. Can anyone help me out with this? I have copied the code below for the checkboxes and the code that is in my .js file....
I bringing up a list of movies in a separate window where each one has an "onclick" function which is suppose to call a procedure and pass in the variables and display the details of the selected record. When I click on a record nothing happens. Code:
I have identical code in my index that works, so I'm just guessing the error is somewhere else, I know IE is not the best target to aim for - but I really want this to work in the windows default browser....
When I load the page everything looks ok, but click on the abort button, and all that happens is that the little error symbol pops in the lower left of IE. The names of the two files are "AddFamilyMember.php" and "AddFamilyMember.js".
And the file called puts the data in the database..This all workes fine, but if I click the link again, it doesn't work... It works in Firefox, if I click the link or button or whatever it puts data in the database multiple times...But in IE7 and 8 it only works on the first click, and when you have to close the browser window and and go to the url again make it count one more click...
I'm writing a script that dynamically generates a menu table. Each TD has an onclick property which serves as a link. Everything works properly in other browsers since setAttribute onclick works. However, this function does not work in IE, and you're supposed to do this instead: elementName.onClick = "blah";
Here's my code that works in all browsers but IE: Code: var truePath = "document.location.href=" + "'" + "/" + urls[i] + "'"; cell.setAttribute("onclick",truePath); cell.onclick = truePath;
For IE, if I set the cell.onclick value to truePath, nothing happens when I click on the menu. However, it works fine in Firefox and Opera because of the setAttribute function. How I could get this to work in IE? My script is complete besides this part... I hate IE. Why can't they follow the rules?