Run - Website For Different Browsers - Using HTML - CSS ?
Aug 6, 2010
We have one website [URL] it will open in only IE not in any other browsers. When it will open in other browsers it will shows source code. I have to make changes in it so that it will open in all the browsers.
I am using the following code to make a sortable table on my website. I got the code from [URL] (I admit it is not my code but it suits my needs well). Since I know most people do not what to click on links to random sites, this is the code I am using :
For some reason the code only works for IE, is there an easy way to get this code to work for other browsers such as Firefox or safari?
I'm a AJAX newbie, I was wondering if I can use the .responseText method, to load the text from other website? For example, how can I download the data from "[URL]" and display the data in my own way? It seems that the .responseText/.responseXML does not work here...
I have alot of home videos I want to put on my website, and it seems that the easiest way to do it would be to embed it onto my website using HTML script. Problem is, I have no clue how to convert in into HTML scrip
I'm trying to code a feature for my website using DHTML where the person viewing the website can rotate between viewing the positive/negative points of the website being reviewed. This example was in the publication called Using HTML 4 by Lee Anne Phillips. Code:
I have a ajax program on a page on website A. And I need to let it talk to a program on website B. I tried to put website B into the url of the parameter but it doesn't work.It gives me a "[objet XMLHttpRequest]" error.here is the code on website A:
I would like to get the selection of the dom (meaning a highlighted area), then get the range. From the range I cloneContents in order to get a document fragment. Is there equivalent functions for IE and Opera etc? Code:
Why is it that most (well, honestly all that I have seen) the JS based modals, those that use frameworks like MooTools and JQuery, and what have you, why are most of the nifty visual effects like drop shadows and rounded corners, they don't work in Internet Explorer, but do work in FF, WebKit based browsers like Safari and Chrome, and Opera?
For an example, have a look at MooTools based MediaBox ( a LightBox "clone" ):[URL]..
Therefore I would like to code something along the lines of :
It seems the problem resides in this two lines:
Code: a=document.selection.createRange(); seleccio = a.text; How can I arrange this lines in order to make them cross-browser? I really need this code to work, at least, in current versions of Netscape, Mozilla and Opera.
The following code works well in IE5 and Netscape 7, apparently my page is not working in Netscape 4.6 and it has been suggested that i need a third option dwellig around the document.layers object, could someone tell me what line I need to make it compatable for earlier browsers?