So to start out, this is my first post on CodingForums! :) I've only recently started learning web development so I figured it would be a good idea to get involved with some active forums.
The problem I'm having is when I click on the image to open a random page in the bottom frame, nothing happens. The code for all the files are below. code...
Can a random page be loaded without a prior visit to a site?
I have a list of 15 people with a photo and contact information in a table with 3 columns and 5 rows. The issue is that the people near the bottom want a chance to be at the top the first time the page is viewed. It is unlikely that a second visit would happen.
Is this possible to load a random page for a site without it being viewed or logged into before, therefore no cookies will be used.
I have a client that wants a new background image every time page is reloaded. I thought I have to script and thought I had it working but when I applied it to all my pages from a template I made in dreamweaver it doesn't work. It only works on the template.
i need to display an image randomly from an array that holds 4 addresses to 4 different images.i am having a hard time writing the img tag to the html page that will display the image.is it possible to use document.getElementById('id').innerHTML= "<img src="imgurl" />"?i have a span with an id of "theImage".i want to plop the img tag inside this span tag, but can't seem to get it to work.
I've got my code, and the task is to generate two random numbers, the user then inputs an answer for them added together, then the program checks the answer and displays either "correct" or "wrong". Here's some of my code:
I'm trying to generate random numbers 0-8 to use to access array indices.[code]Every once in a while, I'm getting a -1 in my console log. I read on a site that this line:[code]will generate a number between 0 and 10 (so 1-9).How is -1 being generated?
I set myself the task of creating a button which, when pressed, switches the background color randomly. It seems to work well enough but the random number it works from only generates once at page load.As a workaround, I added a second 'Reset Page' button, but I really want just one button that switches the page color every time you prod it. Any ideas how to reset the random number to achieve this?Here's the code.
<!DOCTYPE html PUBLIC "-//W3C//DTD XHTML 1.0 Strict//EN" "http://www.w3.org/TR/xhtml1/DTD/xhtml1-strict.dtd"> <html lang="EN" dir="ltr" xmlns="http://www.w3.org/1999/xhtml">
I am trying to make a random number between 1 and 1,000. I have a code that seems to work correctly, but I don't completely understand it and after looking online I think it might be wrong. Code: var rnd = Math.floor(Math.random()*999)
All the numbers should match. It's not working right in any version of IE I test it in (6, 7 and 8). I'm also using jQuery, fyi.When you click the button to stop the numbers, I'm setting a variable named winner to a number (3, 4 or 5). Right now, I have it set to 5. This number determines how many of the slots match:[code]I'm then generating a random number (0-8) to base all the other numbers off of . Three numbers will always match, so I'm setting two more variables to match that random number.[code]Then I do some conditionals to check the value of winner. If it's 4, I set the 4th number to random number, then generate a random number for the 5th spot while it doesn't equal randomnum. I do something similar if winner is set to 5.[code]The goto trigger sends the scroll to the specified index according to slotnum(1-5).I'm waiting to hear back from the plugin developer to see if it's something to do with that.However, I just want to make sure my logic in generating those numbers is sound. It works perfectly in FF, Opera and Chrome but (surprise!) not in any of the IEs (tested in 6, 7 and 8).
I am trying to make it so that when you press a button it prints out a random number. This is what I currently have:
When I click on the button it just clears all the text from the page and clears the bgcolor. A random number then appears at the top left corner. I am trying to make it so that when I press the button it prints out a random number just above or below the button. Is this possible? if so how do you set it up?