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Jun 26, 2002

I need setAttribute "src" from main windows to pop-up window (Iframe in it) and also i need to prepload all src files ONCE, so if user ever click to open pop-up and do it againt, its no need to loading againt, can anybody help with the script ... ? Or maybe can sugest me with better method to have same result.

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May 13, 2005

What I want to do is access a remote web page via DOM and read some of the data by loading it into an IFrame. However I get an access denied message. Apparently you cannot have read access to an IFrame if it contains a foriegn domain.

Originaly my plan was to manipulate the information via DOM from an Iframe so if thats not an option, is there a way to store a web page in a text var and read it via the DOM that way?

Or perhaps another way? What do you guys think is the best way to accomplish this?

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2. the second already opened window form (e.g. Google)

I need to do this to avoid any copy / pasting of these values.

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HTML Code:
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Apr 6, 2007

this script updates an image on a page and resets the class name of a link. Works fine in Mozilla browser. However, the setAttribute method in the second function doesn't work in IE. Is there a known bug connected with this?

Any ideas?

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function getView(view)
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Jul 23, 2005

I am struggling to write an meta element in JS. The meta element in question
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if (debug) alert('[setMetaContent] metaTag='+metaTag+' metaName=
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I'm in the process of migrating a script to use DOM core methods but I've hit a roadblock in the aforementioned browser. The following code snippet illustrates what I'm basically trying to do, it really is incredibly basic!

var newimg = document.createElement('img');
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I'm then positioning the element on the page using appendChild(). Everything works perfectly on Firefox 1, IE5+, Opera 8, Konqueror 3.3.1 (Linux) but not in Opera 7.54. I suspect the element is being created as associated styling on #placeholder is being applied (just some padding and borders) but the image itself is not being displayed. I assume therefore that the problems lies with setAttribute()?

This seems like the sort of problem that others would have encountered, but I haven't been able to find mention of it anywhere.

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Dec 10, 2006

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But I would like to put it in a function to make it general for any element that has the 'onclick' property. Is there any other way to set the 'onclick' attribute & to be understand by IE & FF?

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That is called on the following drop down menu:
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