of a blog and display it on a website. Does anyone know of any that also
provide link to add comments that will display with the feed?
I am wanting to display 3 separate data feeds on my mobile website from Pachube like this [url] and have modified some code (which was designed just to display 1 feed). As you will see the code has been extended but does not display (at all!) on a iPhone, whilst the original code did. I have been told that it may be because there is no interval between each variable actualization. how to rectify this.
I would like to know how I can get my personal Twitter.com status updates to post on my website. This is the script that I have been trying to get to work.[URL].. I know what I am doing wrong. You can see it live on my website at[URL]..I hope I can get this to work :)
I need to run a PHP function call through an onClick which through my research I have found that I need to use AJAX. Let me explain better what I am trying to do. I am currently using Simplepie PHP to pull various RSS feeds, I have an HTML DIV tag that loads the titles of the feeds and I want to get to the point where each title is clickable (im assuming this is through onClick) to run a simplepie PHP function to pull the content into a seperate DIV (on the same page).
I am trying to create a conditional comment scenario that is based on a web address. I am working with an ecommerce site that I want to put a nav menu promotion on all the pages except the home page. The system we are using only allows a post promotion to ALL or one specified URL.
I have tried everything I can think of to create a URL condition based comment but nothing has worked. I tried modifying the code below to change the if output to a variable comment tag and then write the variable further in the script with a document.write.
var allowedChars = /^[a-zs]+$/i;
to specify that I only want characters and so on. Is there a way to reverse that to say this html input field CAN NOT contain any of the following? I want to check against a comment box to make sure no url address is entered (http:www.) because most spam contains urls in this field. Is there a simple solution?
I am really new to JS (literally just starting looking into it) and I was wondering if anybody could help me or give any suggestion as to how build a comment box which appear when a user click on the comment button.Now I had a stab at that but my JS skills are still really poor. Here's what I came up with after sometime looking around on the net and getting (or at least trying to) action some suggestions I managed to get here and there:
HTML Code: <html> <head> <style type="text/css">[code]......
I have several comments embedded in my website and I would like to be able to get the ID or the Jquery object refrence of the parent in which they are contained, for example, in the following code I would like to get the ID "container" just by locating the html comment as a string within the page[code]...
I'm trying to make a comment field that only appears once you've clicked the "Add comment link". I'd like it to replace the add comment link. I assume this is an onclick event of some sort, but I'm not sure quite how to go about doing it.
I have this loop I run to retrieve wallposts with php. Within this loop, I want a link/button on every post that says "comment". When the user clicks the comment link I want a comment field and post button to appear on the post I clicked on. The problem is that when I've tried making a link that does this, it only drops down the comment field on the most recent wallpost regardless of which wallpost I click on.
It checks that the character before the comment isn't a backslash or that we're at the start of a string/line since it's in multi-line mode. Then it captures the actual comment. Seems to work so far... I have the following RegEx that matches double slash comments:
It works fine except for this one exceptional case where a RegEx which ends in a slash is followed by a comment as in the following example:
The RegEx captures "//gm // Slash Comment" as a comment, removes that piece, and in the process breaks what used to be a valid RegEx statement. how I might be able to fix the pattern to avoid this issue?
I want to find any <!-- --> comment tags in a page and then read the contents. I would also like to distinguish between those in the body and those elsewhere in the HTML document.What do I use to get an array of these elements?
I have a drop down selection box with several selections and if a person selects "other" from that box I want to show a comment box so they can fill in their comments. Otherwise the comment box will remain hidden.