Stop Document.writeln() Opening A New Page Errors?
Apr 7, 2011
is there any way I can stop document.write from outputting info to a new page I would prefer to have it shown in a textarea.
Info from an array that is suppose to display in a text area when button is clicked and when another button is clicked it is suppose to show some other info. But what happens is the first info displays in textarea for a few seconds and then the second info is displayed but on a new page and not the textarea where I want it to go
I have marked code within the code // I want this specific code to be displayed second but I know its in the wrong spot.
Here is the code
var myArray = new Array();
how to stop the document.write opening a new window when called in a function, what I want to do is really simple but is defeating at every turn.I have a line of text that is a link on an html page,when clicked i want the the function called to print a name, imediatly after the calling link (on the same page).
I am trying to write a bunch of text onto a new document using document.write() and somehow need to format it to include line breaks.
I have tried including and it does not work. I have also tried document.writeln() and that also does not work. From what I have found on the Internet, one (if not both) of those methods should have worked.
When I run the above files the original text on default.htm is wiped and replaced by the document.writeln text in test2.js. What I wanted to happen was for this text to be added to the default.htm page (and not wipe what was already there). I believe this is because the htm file has already parsed.
I know people say you should use innerHTML and not document.write or document.writeln. Unfortunately, I have no control over the contents of the first file (default.htm) or the third file (test2.js) but the content in test2.js will always be in either document.write or document.writeln format. So I cannot use innerHTML.
My problem is how can I (from within the second file, testing.js) ensure that the page is not parsed before the third file has finished.
I am working on an internal work site. In the site I have a text box and on entering a specific code I want it to open a new page that links to a document that has the same name. ie. if user types red, I want it to find the document red.html in a folder. To make my colleagues job easier, I want the text box to autocomplete. Below is a section of the code I plan to use:
Code: <script> var arrValues = ["red", "orange", "yellow", "green", "blue", "indigo", "violet", "brown"]; </script></head><body> <h2>Autocomplete Textbox Example</h2> <p>Type in a color in lowercase:<br /> <input type="text" value="" id="txt1" onkeypress="return autocomplete(this, event, arrValues)" /></p> </body> </html>
How to modify this to: 1) Link the text entered to the document I want opened 2) Open this document upon 'enter' pressed
Any of you know how can I stop an exit console when the visitors lefts my site trough a form button?
Then on the body tag ************************ <body onUnload="exit()"> ************************
Goal 1: display errors above the form on same page
Goal 2: direct users to a new thankyou page when form is submitted.
The form uses ajax. I am able to get it to work with the error messages displaying correctly but as is, the thankyou message also displays in the same spot and the form is left filled out. I need it to direct to a new page I designed for the purpose.
I am getting the message in the bottom status bar on my site www.pashmina-shawls.com Done but with errors on page? It doesnt happen on the index page, only on all the other pages, the reason for this is i use a template for all pages except the index page, and all pages using template show this error message, please help and will this effect the functioning of the site?
This is on a page deep inside a secure ordering sequence, so it's probably not worth copying the URL here.
Is this true? I often wrap add onclick functions to various links on my pages dynamically, eventhough I may not have declared the specific onclick function in the page (thus causing an error). Does this mean it won't track when I setup GA?
I am writing a modification to Invision Power Board that makes replying to post via Ajax.
The "Submit" button is being overrun by Prototype's observe function. When the custom function is executed, I run Event.stop(e) to prevent the actual form from being submitted and reload the page.
I have developed and tested on Safari but users began to report bugs in IE, after investigation I discovered that the line
Is making IE execute all the code after it, and then execute its own onclick() function as if Event.stop(e) was not there. Commenting this line fixes the problem, the page is not reloaded, but this line is vital to the code.
So why do I need to set the anchor? To support the back button function after a user makes an ajax reply, pressing Back should hide the new content, and pressing Forward should make it visible. (e.g. every time the anchor is changed) This all works nicely. But not in IE.
This only happens the first time the page is visited ever, or clearing cache and visiting it again. Reloading the page fixes the problem but this is not normal behavior and users shouldn't have to reload to use the Ajax fast reply...
I'm using the following code to write to a new document. It is supposed to display image img, which is a map to the business. It opens a new windows properly, but the image does not display (it is in the correct location, btw). I've tried adding a URL to the window instead, and this does not display either. I've checked the source code, and it looks good. I must be missing something very simple. Does anyone see what I am missing?
I am designing a tabless web page.The page contains 2 div sections.One is for menus and other is to display the contents of the page by clicking the menus.I don't want to use frames and iframes.Is it possible to do it using the div tag? The code I had used is show below.
I've been trying to edit this script but it continues to open my slideshow images into new tabs. I would like that the images on the slideshows when clicked they will open in the same tab. How can I do that? Here is the script I am using