I've done), now this URL will return a result like the following...
I need to get that result, strip out the 'OK|' part, and then pass the
remaining string to another URL (again, I've got the passing of parameters
part done). So how can I get this value and store into a variable so that I
can pass it along to another URL?
I'm putting together the following website, HGV/LGV Training [URL] and have an issue regarding a form submit action. Basically I've used an open-source script for the search form so can't get any support from the Author.
My problem is that I need the search results to appear in a different URL but at the moment they just appear in a new DIV on the home page. My knowledge of JS is limited and can't get my head around what the OS script is doing. I think the relevant section of the search form is as follows:
We are integrating a IDX feed and I can not figure out a line of code.Currently when you click the link it goes to their site with the result we want. We want it to go to our site, just like "search homes," does.I believe it is simple but my HTML is even simpler. The link should just point to a wrap page.... but I dont know how to do that.
I'm trying to get each of the if statements below in a text text box with the result depending on the answer of the equation. However i can't figure out a way to allow the user to click a button to to show the result in a text box.
<!DOCTYPE HTML PUBLIC "-//W3C//DTD HTML 4.0 Transitional//EN"> <HTML> <HEAD> <TITLE> New Document </TITLE>
I have an appointment form with NAME, DATE, TIME, LOCATION. I want to add another set of these same field fields if I have more than one appointment to enter so all appointments are subitted on one form.
I also want the results to be in a layout other than the generic HTML or text layout used by Frontpage. Hope this is clear enough. Don't know if this is possible.
I am doing a small program using a function to print out the real root or imaginary root. The problem is, it only prints out what the numbers that the user input. However, it does not print out the rest.For Example:
It prints out this: a = 4 b = 5 c = 3
a = 4 b = 5 c = 3 root1 = <answer> root2 = <answer>
or The imaginary number is <answer>
My program is below.
<?xml version = "1.0" encoding = "utf-8"?> <!DOCTYPE html PUBLIC "-//W3C//DTD XHTML 1.0 Strict//EN" "http://www.w3.org/TR/xhtml1/DTD/xhtml1-strict.dtd">
I have cfreated form which searchs for results and then displays them on the same page. What I want to do is to create a new page automatically if the results are more thne 10, and then 10-20 results show on the next page and so on. Code:
I've got a script that I'm trying to debug which uses document.write() to place HTML within a page. In both IE6 and Firefox when I view source, I see only the script itself and not any HTML as it's being written into the page.
I am pulling in an XML doc, storing it in a global var and through out the app I am transversing it to grab certain info. Up till 1.2.6 it's been working fine, but when I upgraded 1.3.2 I get bad results.
Here are my two test pages:
My guess is the it has something to do with Sizzle but I can't place exactly where the issue may be happening.
Im working on a store locator and I was wondering if its possible for jquery to limit the results show in the sidebar and add a "more results" option. Right now the sidebar is one large div with overflow hidden so it doesnt show too many results.
I'm currently building a web application based off posted Tweets. As of now, I'm able to pull the first 25 tweets that contain a searched keyword, however I would like the option to 'Show More Results' at the bottom of the page, so users can view more results if they would like. I've found a tutorial, but am still confused as to how to accomplish this.