I have a popup that contains a form. When I submit that form, I need 1) the data to get saved into my database, 2) the popup to close, and 3) the parent window to refresh and display the updated data.
I found the following code in an old thread, but the parent window still shows the old data after it appears to reload. The data is saved in the database, but the parent window only shows the updated data when I manually refresh it by hitting F5.
The page I'm creating is [URL] In IE7, the slideshow works fine until you get to a td which contains two img's. Then when you click you get a generic "invalid argument" error. You keep getting that until you mouse off the button and back on. Then you can click to advance the slideshow again. IE7 is the only browser where this happens.
I'm having problems getting this bit of code to work. It works when the page is on my local drive, but when I publish it online it doesn't. The code is exactly the same when local or online. The online WIP (that doesn't work) is here:The .load code is meant to load the caption text for the video and also some social media buttons. Like I said, this works just as I want when I open the html page from my local drive.Here is the code
I'm recently programming a website with ajax and no i have found a solution for the back button problem (broken) on the internet, but it doesn't work on IE. it works on firefox, chrome, safari,...
Every time the user changes the page the url is stored in history with this code:
It adds after the url a '#' sign with the name of the page...
After that the program will store the url in a non-displayed div
And now i've set up an interval that checks the url adress bar and that div if they are not the same the page will load the url in the adress bar here is the code:
I've checked the problem with IE. IE will not read the current adress bar. It's always reading the url of the current page but not the url of the adress bar. And i've tried almost every combination with document.location, window.location, href, hash,...at least here's is my url:[url]
I am driving an html site from my network drive in my office that can be viewd on LAN. I need to put a blog kind of section on my site so people who visite this site can leave there comments on it and all can see thses comments.
Theres this situation where i have to place a js file (say myscript.js) on a client's website to do something on their page (like create a div element with some content in it). Now, myscript.js works when window or DOM has loaded. The problem is that the client will/may also have onload functions which will be overridden by myscript.js if i place it at the end of the page or vice versa if at the top of the page.
I have a web page that displays records from a database. I want to allow the user to specify his own "page size" - that is, the number of records to be displayed on a given page. I have a place set up for him to enter a value and save it to a cookie. My problem is, I can't figure out a good, simple way to pass that value back to the server.
I tried storing the page size in a hidden input field. This works but it's not available on the first request (from the menu). I thought about passing in the value as a query string (mypage.htm?PS=123) but I can't figure out how to attach the value to all of the various requests (menu, form and links).
Script.js (this is the part where I cant figure out why the error message does not appear on the second dropdown menu if user selects the same option as the first)
I have been trying to utilize a pre existing snippet of JS that makes a call to some PHP, where the PHP echo's out the answer, namely a dynamic quick search output, that gains its data from an xml file (which works as expected) and thought I might be able to rework the code to work for my altered purpose (which has been a disaster at every attempt) which is as follows:
1. I have a JS file called call4section.js - JS that has a string (str) value assigned (could be number or a combination of numbers and letters) which is passed to a PHP script called call4section.php.
2. The PHP script takes receipt of the string and finds a match within an XML file for the entry under <reference>.
3. The XML file has a format as follows:
<pages> <note> <section>value</section>
And well, I dont seem to be able to get any further forward with it. Effectively, I can echo out the $reply (if it worked I think), but my stumbling block is sending the starting string, with the JS expecting some reply sent from the PHP.
I have a page which I have protected using a password page. When the person viewing the site clicks on the link to the protected page, I have placed a script on onload that checks whether a cookie exists. If the cookie doesn't exist then the person is redirected to the password page. If they enter the correct password then the cookie is created using the following code and they are allowed to enter the protected page:
If the cookie exists however, then they are allowed straight into the protected page. This is the code that I use to check whether or not the cookie exists: Code: