Is there a possibility to compare and visualize in a user-friendly way
the differences of two html files?
I need also something like a version-control. I think I could generate
for everychange of the text a new record in the database. But now I
versions of these html-files online over a web-browser.
anyone how knows a tool for that.
I have problems updating from version 1.7.2. to version 1.8. I'm using a custom theme - can anybody give me a step-by-step guide how to update without destroying the whole site ? :) I would like to have the button featueres in the new version
I am trying to get started using JQuery, but I find I can't even get to lesson #1. When I go to jquery.com and click to download the latest version (or any version) it doesn't "download" anything. It opens the file as a webpage in my browser and I see all the JQuery in one big string. Why won't the file just download? Is it the browser I am using? Is it my Mac?
Does anyone have a quick script to find which version of IE a page is being viewed with?
Specifically, I want to seperate version 4 from versions 5+, and post a warning against using 4.
I expect I'll have to search out the (navigator.appAgent) string for the MSIE substring, but since I don't need it until tomorrow, laziness dictates I ask here before getting on with it. Is there another variable? a less cumbersome way?
Would it be ok to go straight to v1.5 or as there are differences between the versions, start at say 1.2 and learn the differences between the upgrades.
I suppose i am hoping that i only need to start at 1.5 to make things easier.
I've have got this script, the only thing I want to be changed is the first part. It has to detect IE version 6 instead of just "Microsoft Internet Explorer". Can somebody help me out? I tried "Microsoft Internet Explorer 6" but that doesn't work.
I noticed that some sites use <script src='fineName.js?ver=XXX'></script(even google) Someone told me that it's for script changes, means - if the file in server has been changed than the new XXX will demand to load the new file. I find it hard to believe that it's true.
I have just written a expanding menu which works great in IE6/NS7, what I have installed to check with, but the first person I went to show it to had IE 5.0, and guess what? It fell over.
So, I am wondering if anyone has any ideas about how I can go about checking this in IE5. I am using XP and, while i haven't tried, my understanding is that I cannot have multiple versions of IE installed, is this right? If not where can I get older versions from?
I have an application developed using jQuery1.2.3 and I currently have issues with printing a pre-defined area of a page within the application.I found the solution in the jQuery Plugin - PrintArea but it's not compattible with jQuery 1.2.x. The introduction of PrintArea and jQuery 1.3.2 to my app throws errors like "exception thrown and not caught - Query1.3.2.js" and "object does not support this property or method - on the line where I'm calling the printArea function".
I am trying to implement a version of the datepicker. However, I would like the calendar to open in a modal dialog box rather than sliding open next to the text box.This is the closest example I've been able to find, but there are a few issues - I would like the user to click on the text box to change the input, and obviously the small input box in the corner of the calendar is a problem...
I can retrieve the version of Microsoft Excel application installed in my system, but how can i do the same for Adobe Flash application. Does anyone know how to do it. The problem is i dont kknow the Application name to be used for Adobe flash so it returns nothing.