Way To Create New File On Local DriveSep 3, 2009
I am trying todevelop a prototypeto create a new .xml file in my system local drive with the xmllike data populating fromthe below jQuery method. [code]...View 6 Replies View Related
I think I know the answer to this but I want to ask anyway. There are scores of pages on a particular website that I need to download so I can process them. They would all come down as XML files. I wrote a desktop app a while ago to do this but I was hoping to move this functionality to my website. This is an example of one of the pages I would download/copy:[URL]... A related question is... after I get all of these pages into a folder on my machine... I will need to point JQuery to the folder where they were copied and process each one. Does JQuery have a built in way to open a folder and capture all the files inside so they can be processed? I couldn't find anything like that.View 2 Replies View Related
We have a directory of files on our ftp server. Is there a javacript to
make a connection to the ftp server and compare files on a local drive
and on the server? Files that have been changed or added need to be
copied across from the ftp server to the local drive.
Is it possible to download the jQuery API documentation to my local hard-drive? If so, I don't need to connect the Internet every time when I want to refer the API docs.View 2 Replies View Related
I'm trying to output an HTML page from a simple XML file, but I need to offer this as a service from a website, so users can browse and find the XML file on their local hard drives, and then generate an HTML page.
I think there are some security issues with HTTP not being able to access local files (ie. C: emp.xml) because it doesn't work when I browse to a local file from the website (files on servers work fine). Is there any other way to pass an XML file from local to a website?
var xmlDoc=new ActiveXObject("Microsoft.XMLDOM")
is that possible to read a file from usb drive, that to be used validate access to gain the authority. and if so...how?View 3 Replies View Related
I am working on a project in which I will have to generate a .html file and save it to the user's hard drive.View 5 Replies View Related
I have made aa simple offline website to be used as an intranet. This is made up of an html file and a seperate js file.
While testing, i had the html on my c: drive and the one line js file sitting on a network drive (g - everything worked how it should.
I then put the html onto g: drive and find that the part that the js file controls no longer works...
All my file paths are the same and point to the right place but for some reason the js doesn't work.
I have a web page (offline) that accesses the user's CD drive to play an audio file on a CD. It uses this routine:
<OBJECT id=player1 height=64 width=160 classid=CLSID:6BF52A52-394A-11d3-B153-00C04F79FAA6>OBJECT>
That variable "YouWrote" (the CD Drive letter) is set by a cookie on the page - defaults to "D", but the user can change this, refresh the page, and access the audio in the correctly referenced drive.
Works well - if the page is resident in memory and refreshed if necessary.
My problem is if I put this page on a CD - that is, I want the page to load up from the CD drive - and there's only one drive - it doesn't work.
I can't seem to get the user to be able to choose the drive letter by setting the cookie (or even go with the default), then refresh the page, switch the CD with the Audio CD, and get Windows Media Player to find and play the Track01.cda file.
It chokes because the player says it can't play files with this extension. But it is obviously still thinking about the html file it loaded.
How do I disconnect the knowledge of the loadup CD in Windows Media Player's mind (assuming anything Windows has a mind)? Is there some obvious logical procedure I should follow and/or for the js script?
If I switch the w3schools' file with the same local file, it will not work with firefox.Does anybody know why the local file is not displayed correctly?
~/linux/test/jQuery/ajax$ cat main1.html
note that I am trying to "call" .html file from the .js file, not embed html code in .js.
can I write to a local .txt File
open() ....writel(() ...close()..... ....save as ... c: est.txt
I have web page where user can upload file. He can select which file to upload with standard HTML input of type file. I want to add this feature: when user select some file (e.g. picture, pdf etc.) in file select dialog, I want to add link to selected local file. When user click on it browser(maybe associated application) should open local file so user can review what he selected. I was experimenting with urls with "file" protocol but it works only with html file located on local computer not for one on web server. I found that this is because of security restriction in browsers.View 7 Replies View Related
is it possible to load xml from local file system using ActiveXObject("Microsoft.XMLDOM") ?View 1 Replies View Related
Is it possible to open a local file from a web browser, ideally firefox?View 1 Replies View Related
Just a sanity check.Can the src URL for the <script> tag be a local file ala:<script src="file:///c:/myScript.js">I'm making an IE BHO to insert a script into webpages.I've got it working for scripts with regular remote URL's (http://etc)View 7 Replies View Related
I have set of html pages that are installed locally on machine. I want to make ajax call to local files. In Firefox everything works fine. IE is able to load html pages through ajax call but not able to load xml document.
Chrome doesn't support ajax call locally...and I don't care about it. I need it to work on IE & firefox.
I have web application and i need functionality like client have certain pdf file on his/her local system. I want to use html/javascrpit to print these pdf files without opening.View 4 Replies View Related
Can anyone tell me how to use XMLHTTPRequest or MS ActivcXObject open a
For a project I am working on, I need to retrieve links from html
documents. The easy part is to obtain 'plain' links like <A
HREF="http://site/path/document">, but when those links are
and dom document representation in the same way that browsers do. For
example, links in the form:
interpreter) should be enough, but in that case, I dont have the
document structure elements (like document, window, document.history,
document.form.element, etc), so I tried parsing the document using a
library to build a tree representation of it, but that leads me to the
same problem again, that is, I have to represent all tree nodes as
Anybody here have worked on a similar problem? What tools do you
think I should take a look?