We use the services of an external company in our website. We load this content in via an iframe. Some of this content happens to be an image.
This image is only stored on the external company's site for a limited time. We need this image to be stored on our servers somehow. Because the content is loaded dynamically from another site it's a little more difficult to access via a server side script I'm thinking it would go something like:
So I think the only what to do it would be in a web browser. So, say for intstance, I want to save the the main page, [url] and have it automatically save to my C:google.htm. How would I do that? Is this possible?
So I think the only what to do it would be in a web browser. So, say for intstance, I want to save the the main page, google dot com and have it automatically save to my C:google.htm. How would I do that? Is this possible?
When I create an array I use commas as the separator between elements of the array e.g [1.1, 2.2, 3.3] but what happens with languages that use commas as a number's "decimal point"? e.g. [1,1, 2,2 , 3,3] is now a 6 element array.
[code]so now if url is xyz.html, the i'm getting the content of that page through AJAX and loading it to a DIV element(x).....and then accessing the div elements "name","category" etc.,but if urls point to heavy pages, it's slow process to do this work. so I WANT TO CHECK WHETHER THOSE DIV ID's EXIST IN THAT PAGE OR NOT WITHOUT LOADING THEM and then GET THEIR VALUES IF EXISTS.
Well, I need some light in this simple thing I'm trying to do. I'm using the XMLHttpRequest to retrieve some data from a db via php script. The result is passed to a "results" array of strings, which contain the data from the script.
But, the data from the script, which are the content of the strings, have html tags in it. The thing is: I'm using the DOM to append the string result to a table already built in the page (using create_element and appendchild).
I would like to find some direction or help to solve an issue I have.I would like to find a way to search for a string of content on my webpage and return the string, or at least part of the string into the URL...Example of the content on my page:-----Welcome, John Adams Log OutWelcome to your own content, based on your settings provided. Feel free to download the content you need.Fairly straightforward. Now I would like to create a function that will look at the page and "copy" the string of content beginning with "welcome" and ending with "out"Next, I would like to remove the "welcome," and "log out" and have the name remain.Then, post the name into the URL to be passed onto the next page for me to use as more ersonalization/dynamically driven content; Such as:
I was just wondering how to go about checking the content of a string to see if it matches a set criteria?
For example, if I want to make sure somebody enters a date as mm/yyyy, how do I check to ensure there are:
I need a simple, quick and efficient way to logically branch if I find a string is contained in another string in jquery Most other languages this can be resolved in one or two lines and it would be readable.
I have a simple example below showing how when I pass in the value of the value attribute of option node, and then use if operator to check whether parameter is a string or not, even though it's a string, it converts it to false boolean and triggers the else statement rather than calling a function.callback should be a string so why is it saying otherwise?