Post Value To Another Page And Get Back The Data Without Refresh?
May 5, 2011
I have many tags. I want click each tag, then post/get the tag's value to another page. In another page, received the values and make a mysql query. Then return the resalt data to the first page(do not make an iframe).
This works perfectly.. BUT.. in some browsers i have to press refresh to have the changes made.
E.g. index.php says "hello guest" after signing in some browsers say "hello user" some like ie5 say "hello guest" (if i refresh, then it says "hello user")
So is there anyway to goback to the previous page in history and not to use the cache?
When I load my website www.bellmacchinaproductions.com, I see a slideshow featured category. When I click on the logo to go back to the main page, it is cut off. But when I refresh, it seems to work again...
I have adrop-downelement on the page. On the change event I am appending two labels to a text box. The problem is I am able to see the newly added elements on the page while debugging it. but as soon as thepost backoccurs the added elements seems to bedisappearingfrom the page.
I've got a page that receives post data to display it's contents. On the page I want a drop down list that on certain selections will pop a confirm box and on 'Ok' it should reload the page but with one of the post variables altered. I know how to reload the page, but how can I tell it to use the same existing post array but with one variable changed?
I'm trying to make an ajax post to some php and whenever the user clicks the submit button, it reloads the page and is adding the serialized data to the URL thus breaking the page and giving me an error that I do not have a person selected. I've tried adding "return false;" everywhere I can and it still doesn't work. Here's my code:
I want to be able to open a window with a variable. For example, I will use domain.com?reference=1234- This link will open a pop up window as follows:
When I open this window, it is always showing data put in last, it isnt refreshed. I wanted to open this pop up window, enter data and then click submit and make the data enter the database and then refresh the parent window. Every time I have done this, either the parent or the pop (or both) is showing old data.
That all works fine. The issue is when I use the back button on the browser to return to the home page the animation never triggers and the page remains unusable until a refresh. How can I have this page refresh when the user uses the back button and/or is there a better way to do what I'm asking?
I have a page that is dynamically build through DOM manipulation. So, when I browse outside the page, and then click back, those dynamically created DOM objects are gone. I can rebuild the page easily. So the point is that if the user leaves the dynamic page, then clicks back on their browser, I need the page they are going back to to refresh. I thought it might be something about caching, so I've tried to use all following 3 META tags but it doesn't work.
A page I'm working on lets users open a new window, which in turn lets them send data back to the parent page to create new table rows, cells, links, etc. One of the links created is "delete", so it should delete the row that the delete link belongs to when clicked on. I can do this no problem in ff using the setAttribute('onclick',onClickEvent), but can't do this in IE. I'll show some code to make this easier to understand....
I have a webpage popup (lets call it POPUP) which refreshes the opener window (this one we call PARENT) when we close it, saying we want to save data. For this, we use
When we don't want to save the POPUP data, we just close the popup and don't refresh the PARENT. In the PARENT we have a "Back" link which executes a simple
The problem is: If we refresh parent, we need to go back 2 pages, because the refresh method adds another page to the history. But we have no (easy) way of knowing in the PARENT if it had been refreshed. With this, our users are forced to click two times in the Back link.
Is there anyway of going back to the previous page, no matter how many refreshes happened in the current one ?
this code refereshes the whole page and focus goes at the top of the page but I want the focus of the page at the same place where I perform refresh. Actually I am using AJAX to submit a form, a form opens through ajax request but I need to refresh the page to take the effect of the dynamic data, which is being saved,updated or deleted on the page. So is there any way where focus of the page remains there when I refreshed the page