Does anyone know of a tutorial or the proper name for a tab system that will stay on the current tab even if you refresh.I've seen some sites that what they do is pass some parameters in the URL and it allows them refresh the page and stay on the same tab.I'm not sure on how to explain it properly nor do I have the proper name for it.if I click on About tab it will show the content of that tab AND also allow you to stay on that tab even if you refresh. A lot of tab tutorials I've seen when you refresh it resets all tabs.
List of facts!
Fact = "You are born with 300 bones but only have 206 as an adult because many of your bones fuse together and make bigger more solid bones.";
Fact = "The word "queue" is the only word in the English language that is still pronounced the same way when the last four letters are removed.";
Fact = "Beetles taste like apples, wasps like pine nuts, and worms like fried bacon.";
Fact = "In 1386, a pig in France was executed by public hanging for the murder of a child";
Fact = "Scientist have believed that there are more chicken in the world than any human beings.";
1) read the page for last date (somewhere on the page) that the page was generated.
2) compare with current date
3) if it looks old refresh or re-load.
4) check for history to count the number of re-loads, stop at once.
Maybe the refresh/load will not add to history if the page is the same URL SO: without using cookies - the remote system may not save them - our local library system has the OS instances screwed down to the point of frustration, hence the use of FF portable right now.
But my audience use whatever they use so I want a rouse to work regardless. The last time I checked the library system cache was more than 4 days old for sure. And some surfers have the pages from the local cache by default.
manual refresh usually sorts this and I do have a manual button on my homepage.
I have this code in a page that appears in my iframe if requested from parent:
So, the person clicks a link from the parent, it does a php process in a hidden iframe, which then tells the parent page to refresh. The only problem is that it puts Firefox in a constant loop of refreshing. IE and Chrome work fine. They refresh once and stop.
Though the src code opens the iframe like so: <iframe src="" style="display:none; height:1px;" name="hdplus" id="hdplus"></iframe> Firefox seems to refresh the page with the memory of the child page being in the iframe, constantly looping the child request to refresh the parent.
Why won't Firefox just accept that no page should load in the iframe, as stated in the code? I need to stop this loop, which means I need to get firefox to reset the iframe as it reloads the page.
I have a problem. When i want to logged out from the system or close an account etc i want to display this message. " Are you sure you want to logged or something like" and "Yes and " No" buttons are there.
I have a script that displays the system time as the date but is there one that also displays the system location? For example "Location: Poland , Date: Sunday January 22, 2006" or "Location: Russia, Date: Sunday January 22, 2006"
I run a site on tumblr. I know its not as good as wordpress and doesn't allow as many options but I am looking to create a unique voting option for each post. Like an up down vote. Any ideas on how to set this up?
My idea is to create a safety system that indicates the safety of the password. I have a field in a form called PASSWORD and I want that if the person writes only letters by means of a document.write there appears a phrase that says: easy password. If more than 8 letters appear: medium password. And if writes letters and numbers appear: high password.
[URL] I'm trying to use the popup system described in the link above. It seems to work in everything except IE8. It even works in IE7. In IE8 it seems to only open the popup in the same window. how to get this to also work in IE8?
However, my program needs to not only read these files; it also has to read their metadata, such as their various timestamps and security information. (I realize this stuff is platform-specific.) Does anybody know if I can do that?
Does anyone know a good example on where to find something that when I click on vote it calculates the results and then shows me horizontal bars to show the percentage for each vote? There will only be two?
I have a js script to unlock a user account on my windows xp system below. Can anybody help me for a js code which can be used to connect to another windows system in the network with a username and password and run this script on that system and ends the session? the script can be placed to that system. I just need a script which logins to that system and run this script on a periodic basis and ends the session after that. The current script "autolock.js", unlocks the user account which has been locked by invalid password tries.