That variable "YouWrote" (the CD Drive letter) is set by a cookie on the page - defaults to "D", but the user can change this, refresh the page, and access the audio in the correctly referenced drive.
Works well - if the page is resident in memory and refreshed if necessary.
My problem is if I put this page on a CD - that is, I want the page to load up from the CD drive - and there's only one drive - it doesn't work.
I can't seem to get the user to be able to choose the drive letter by setting the cookie (or even go with the default), then refresh the page, switch the CD with the Audio CD, and get Windows Media Player to find and play the Track01.cda file.
It chokes because the player says it can't play files with this extension. But it is obviously still thinking about the html file it loaded.
How do I disconnect the knowledge of the loadup CD in Windows Media Player's mind (assuming anything Windows has a mind)? Is there some obvious logical procedure I should follow and/or for the js script?
I have a project that I need to read some data from an XML file.
However, since JS is a client side script so it can't read from client side, is there any alternate way to do this? I am thinking to create a "Data" class, and many "Data" objects, is this an elegant way to do it?
I have been looking around on the web and cant figure out how to create a wordpress page that will read a .csv file. I would like to display the file located at http://www.spc.noaa.gov/climo/reports/yesterday.csv It updates every day and i would like for my readers to have access to this file every day.
var forename = document.getElementById("forename").value; var surname = document.getElementById("forename").value;
But I don't have a clue how to get the contents of the file uploaded.
If I use:
var myfile = document.getElementById("myfile").value;
That simply returns the filename of the file, but I want the actual data in the file!Now I realise that the data probably isn't even accessed from the users hd until the form is submitted properly and sent to a server-side script (which I'm not doing), so I probably need a hackish method to make the browser send the contents to the JS function rather than as an extra 'package' to the server.
I have some code that I use to read an XML file:[code]This code works great for small XML documents, but the one I just received that I need to search is like 26MB and that would take forever. I was wondering if there is a faster way to do this with either JS or if not then maybe PHP? The only thing I could tyhink of so far is to just separate the large file into multiple smaller files.