There will be a number of list boxes and other controls, with pop-up windows
to edit certain properties. It's the kind of thing I would normally have
development. I would like it to run on all reasonably recent browsers.
The form starts with all the initial values being received from the server
(presumably just by pre-initialised data structures). The user tinkers with
it and when he is happy he presses 'submit' and the whole lot is submitted
to the server (presumably as a form post). This would be a few kb of data,
possibly 100 individual values but obviously in various data structures. I
My question is, is there likely to be a problem with manipulating and
bit unsure about its capabilities.
I developed a web application and it is working fine, except for one issue. The application includes uploading files from a JSP to my servlet, and the issue is that i would like to have a limit for the uploaded files on the client side (before actually uploading it).
I would like to add that I have my application running on Oracle application Server, JSPs for displaying the forms, MultiPart Java API for getting the form input values and files to my servlet and everything is developed in JAVA.
Either by limiting the file size or the limiting the whole request size sent to the servlet.
I have written some code using transient cookies to send an edited essay from one html page to another. Each paragraph of the essay is saved in separate cookie. If the essay is 4 paragraphs long then I write 4 different cookies.
This works on a Macantosh in Internet Explorer but for some reason on a PC the cookies turn up empty. If I make the essay shorter then it works on a PC, so it looks as if I am running up against the size limitation on cookies? Is 4kb the limit of the total number of cookies on a page? Do transient cookies have the same size limit as cookies with an expiration date? I dont even think the essays are 4kb long.
Should I give up on cookies to move so much data and if so what technology would you recommend I use? (No Database).
How to limit file size before uploading it? This script works fine, but you have to configure first your browser to make the alert window appear. Which is not good at all This script only runs in IE6/7/8.
How to make the alert window appear without any browser configurations?
I seem to be experiencing a character length cut-off with XMLHTTPRequest. I suspect this because the ActiveX .XMLHTTP works just fine for supporting IE. The data supposed to be recieved is a database outputting in an HTML table format. Any gecko based browser cuts off at about 4200 characters Code:
Everything above here works great, i just need to cut it to a certin lenght before its displayed
Im not sure what to put into the function to get it to do what is want echo trimStr(**************);?>
I'm doing this in JS because I can't any of the Java I learned a few years ago...
I tested the code with much smaller numbers and it worked. With the big numbers my browsers are not responding, not surprisingly (I'm using the latest firefox on the latest mac os).
Will the code finish running tonight? Next week? In 10 years?
I have a problem with XHR size limit. I want to transmit text information for page to a PHP script which saves it in a MySQL database but the data are cut off. When I reload the page the changes I made are gone. Firebug produces the following message:
... Firebug request size limit has been reached by Firebug. ...
This is my XHR function:
My question is: Is there a size limit in XHR POST requests? If yes how to disable it or is a browser issue?
Awhile back I posted a script that was working fine in IE but not in Firefox. This is again my dillema with another piece of code.It is supposed to limit the number of characters accepted by a textbox.Here's the JS:
I'm trying to get my script below working. I've managed to get it to add fields dynamically but the remove function isn't right... and I can't think of a way round it. how can i incorporate a way for a limit on the number of fields that can be added?
ah, i've just looked into the operators in more details and -= is just for numbers... so this won't work. i presume this is going to be the wrong method then.
I'm trying to figure out how to make something happen only if there are more than one link inside a div.[code]For now I'm trying to make the little div with the class "cover caption" NOT move when there is only one link in the div.THe reason for this is that I want the whole div to be clickable if there is only one link inside.
I would like to display the number 1 at first and then 2. but this code produces number 2 for both alerts. I was able to achieve what i wanted with "new" constructor when creating functions but this is not a good practice and after all i am passing these functions as an event handlers and it can't be done with "new" keyword because it is throwing error. I think there are some solutions with arrays e.g the x would be an array of numbers, but i don't like it. Am i missing something important?
I am now wanting to expand the program to allow users to optionally enter their own strings and the program will use all the photos from www.flickr.com which use that string as a tag.
I am making a web page and i have one js menu in it. But when I resize page in the enternet explorer, menu stays at the same size and that is bad. Anyone knows how to deal with it or anyone has some manu in which I can define size in percents, not in pixels.
I would like slim code that might only work in the latest browsers. IE6 and Netscape 7 is fine.