what I have is a code containing 2 iframes inside a div.what I'd like to do is refresh one of the iframes when it's page recieves an update from another user.
perhapse I could load the page on the document load, and store those contents in a var.then have a code that will compair the remote page to the var every second or so.if the page compairs differently, update the var info and refresh the iframe.
I'm working on a project which requires a small portion from a large table of information to be displayed on a webpage (sort of like a magnifying glass). The display will be a table of fixed size (m by n cells). Some of the cells will be merged. When the table updates, different sets of cells may be merged.
The second way would be to have the script draw the table on its own in a canvas.
User events (such as arrow keys on the keyboard) will change the position of the focus (move the magnifying glass in a cardinal direction).
I hit a small snag with the first solution - Is it possible to update the table on the page (including changing the structure of it) without having to refresh?
[URL]. I looked at this script and I tried playing around with it but could not figure out how to: Instead of having a check box field and then a radio box field, have 2 radio box fields, so the user picks from one group of radio boxes and then another. Then change the math behind it so the values in the first field are multiplied by 100 and then the values in the second field tack on a percentage (ex value in first field is 1.5 so 1.5x100 = 150 and value in second field is .5 so total is 225).
I'm using an xmlhttp request to get information from a database. Everything works fine in Firefox, and it works in IE until you try to refresh the page. If a news post (thats what it is getting from the database) is deleted it will continue to show the same information. I can't really post all of the script because it (along with the html and php) are spread out through many different pages:
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 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 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.