I am trying to use AJAX and JSON to do this. I have copied an example of using HttpRequest Object as the backbone of this from http://www.w3schools.com/dom/dom_http.asp. Further, I am enclosing both of my files here, in full as opposed to mere snippets. This code does what I wish it to do except:
1. It does not update when getdata.php is rewritten. On non MSIE broswers, it shows when first invoked, but not subsequently. 2. It fails altogether under MSIE (6.026 SP1 || SP2) -- I never get xmlhttp.readyState==4 under MSIE.
This is on a page deep inside a secure ordering sequence, so it's probably not worth copying the URL here.
I've been researching the whole night (and now early morning) on how to disable the Edit With Microsoft Office FrontPage (draw-down of File) feature to no avail even though I know it is possible. To confront the nay-sayers, here's proof-positive evidence: [URL]. On the above site, and virtually all clear channel company radio sites, when you click down on File, you'll see that Edit With Microsoft Office FrontPage is disabled.
I read that you are to type the following in the code, but it has not worked for me: <meta http-equiv="editable" content="dream-on"/> Found on [URL] Again, this does not work for me. Maybe I inserted it wrong? Where is the above <meta line supposed to be inserted in the code view of the web page?
The other incidental issue I have that I'd like to address is this: I found that a web site, naturalhandyman.com, has an extraordinary html encryption protection system: In the DESIGN VIEW, mind you, of his site on FrontPage, not the code view, all of his content is blocked out, replaced with a phrase such as, "[../_private/iipbotter.html]." HOW IS THIS POSSIBLE? I'd like something like this! Do you know what he used? Also is he using a particular type of encryption software because it seems his search rank is not being affected at all?
I am trying to create a form/calculator. My concept includes drop down menus, check boxes, roll over images, and calculations. I've been trying to do the coding in Microsoft Excel; however, this has been very cumbersome, and the look is very generic.
On my personal XP development machine I have the Microsoft Script Editor and I can set a breakpoint, step through code, inspect variables, etc... with no problem.
On a machine where I am trying to debug this problem I am running Windows 2000 Pro with IE 6. I installed the Microsoft Script Debugger. When the program hits the exception the script debugger will come up and show me the line where the error occurred.
I need to be able to inspect the variables to determine the problem. However, from what I can tell, there isn't anywhere to inspect or watch the variables in MSD?
This is really more a IE issue than jquery but I am using jquery.
Has anyone used this setTimeouts method from the IXMLHttpRequest2 object from IE.
I want to monkey path jquery calls with this call below. I tried this and I still get a property method error even though the method seems to be available. Has anyone experienced this?
jquery provides ajaxStart() and ajaxStop() events. Those two events do not seem to be triggered if the ajax requests are made by Microsoft Ajax tool Kit (from ASP.Net code). Is there any way to bridge those two event models? If not currently possible, is there any future initiative or plan out there to make this happen?
I have been trying to take one small step at a time in learning jQuery... The first program I wrote is pasted below:The problem I am facing is when I run the applciation and click the button I have an error dialog pop up saying --> "Microsoft JScript runtime error: Object doesn't support this property or method" and pointing to this line -->$("div").addclass('color'); I have no clue how to go about it.
I am trying to load html stream directly into webbrowser in delphi. The html contains java script. It loads xml and xsl files and display the xml content in the web browser. I got an error, says access denied for the command xmlDoc.load(fname); If I save the html into a file, test.html, and double click it, it is fine, no problem. The code is actually copied from [URL].