What I want to do is to make an html page load a different background image every time it refreshes.I will have a list of background images and I want to be able to add in this list, without having to change anything else in the codes after I do this (I think this is made by making an array of images and by putting .length somewhere in the codes, but I don't know exactly how I should do this).I already know how to do an external file (.js) and link to it from my .html page.Now I want the code to put in the .js file, and the code to put in the <body> of my .html file.
I am trying to load a different index.html page for each different screen size that the browser has. So the page looks best at different resolutions.I am not really able to test it since I haven't finished building all the different resolution index pages yet. I am just wondering if anyone sees any glaring errors in my coding.This is my script:
I have a simple chat on a web page, but It wont refresh itself unless the user refreshes the whole page and I cannot force the page to totally refresh itself cause that would mess up the other things the user can do on the site. So I would need to make the DIV to "load itself again in for example 3sec". I believe this is quite common thing to construct, how to construct this?
how can i don't allow that the picture load again i mean when i refresh my page it loads picture again how can i solve this problem that the upper part of the page will refresh the down part not. I wrote this but it doesn't work on chrome and explorer but works on firefox <div id="logo"><img src="car.jpg" alt="" /></div>
Is it possible that the z-index property for an iframe doesn't work when the SRC attribute is linked to a non html document? (i.e. a pdf document)
That is what I am experiencing. I have a dropdown menu and an iframe and I want the menu always to be displayed above any object in the page. When the iframe is empty or it has an html page within, I can achieve this by setting the z-index property in the menu(div) higher than the one in the iframe, but when I try to display a pdf document in the iframe (what I really want to do), the menu is displayed below the iframe.
I am just wondering if jQuery has to be included within every .html file (considering the page does not use any CMS). Is it possible to include jQuery in index.html only but have it accessible in any other page?
I am just starting to understand JAVA Script a little bit to the point where I am able to modify scripts. Thing is now I can't find anything similar to what I need to modify
I have a page which can be found in google which is nice. But people can find a lot of sub-pages as well which is nice from a PR point of view. Nevertheless I don't want people to jump in the middle. I want them all to start on index.hmtl and nowhere else. So is it possible to have all visitors who click on a search result for example in google to be redirected to index.html ? Maybe referrer based redirect?
I have been working on this and cant figure it out.I have an index.html as my main file and I wanted to have a pop-up window that will also open together with the index file. the pop-up window is a notepad like type, file name is clipboard.html.Addon: i started adding code to have the pop-up to stay on the right side of the screen and always on top.
Does anyone know of a scipt that will rotate random div layers on page refresh? I have a primary content area front and center on my site homepage, and I'd like to rotate various chunks of html (in div layers) each time a user reloads the page. Right now I'm resorting to a random image rotation (those scripts are a dime a dozen) on refresh, but it's far from ideal for what I'm trying to accomplish.
I have this normal HTML page, starts with <!DOCTYPE ...... and end with </html>, nothing special, what I need is to get every character from the beginning to the end.I've tried $("html").html(), but this cannot get the <!DOCTYPE line and also the <html> line, but only the codes inside the <html> tag, how can I get all ?
exporting field value from one html to another html page. I have created such a script, but it opens the second html page in a new window every time. I need a script which would recognize the existing open window rather than trying to open a new window. Here are the two pages
Page 1 ( from where the field values are getting exported)
I have an external page with some rudimentary html in the source code missing many tags.. a bit like the below. On a page hosted elsewhere I need to take the html from this external page and add and remove certain parts of it and add some styling such as line breaks before ^FIELD01. I've looked at jquery and AJAX but cant find anything to suit my needs. I think what I am struggling with most is having this page in a variable to then be able to edit it.
Load a random file, from a xml list, into a div. I've made a scheme where I show what I was trying to make, but I don't know how to make it. http:/ /img524 .imageshack.us /img524/3730 /randomm.jpg.I would like to load into a div a random HTML file, loaded from a XML.
I would like to make the following thing: Load a random file, from a xml list, into a div. I've made a scheme where I show what I was trying to make, but I don't know how to make it.http://img524.imageshack.us/img524/3730/randomm.jpg