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Aug 10, 2010
I have a footer that is appended to all of my web pages as an include. The pages are different lengths of course so that location of the div in pixels from the top of the page changes with each page. I need to access the location of a div within this footer for reasons I won't go into. The footer may of may not be nested inside other absolute divs, depending on the page.
var obj = document.getElementById('BottomMenuDiv'); var xlocation = parseInt(obj.offsetLeft); var ylocation = parseInt(obj.offsetTop);
will give me the location of the div inside it's parent div. I would like to do something like this:
These pdf files will be generated everyday and going forward we will have almost 300+ files in a year. I tried using <a href="res/folderA/folderB/filename.pdf">Report for 10/01/2009</a> and it works fine. I could create 300+ links but most of the links would be dead since the pdf has not been generated for future dates and I don�t want to show dead links.
Can I show the pdf links/files dynamically? Like show only those files with links which are there on the server? The pdf files will be generated Mon-Fri and the naming convention for the PDF file would be MM-DD-YYYY-filename.pdf. Would it be possible to show the reports grouped by months? Getting the month from the file name and when someone clicks on that month then it shows only those files which have been generated in that month.
I tried using below code to get file names from a folder. It works fine on my local but doesn�t work on the server. But then it�s supposed to show only file names and not links :(
Also one more trivial question, I looked at the source code of the application and then saw that images used in that application are being called using href and location is under /res folder, where in the code is this specified? Pointer to that folder? What if I want to show some files/images which are not under /Res folder, where do I specify the location?
Could anyone know the script code for a WEBPAGE ON TOP OF A WEBPAGE? The site was not working anymore, so I can't tell you the link. This is what I saw, When I visited the site (Mainpage) There's just a Welcome Image that shows CLICK HERE TO ENTER. After clicking the link, a loading faded icon appears on top of Welcome Image covering that Welcome Image with Webpages, it's like popping to the center of the page. I don't know if someone of you could understand me. It's like Page on TOP of another Webpage without leaving the 1st page.
as i know href is a property of location but location.href(url) works fine with IE 6. i couldn't figure out how its possible? is it a kind of browser syntax-tolerance helping it to work? how the heck is this working?
So currently, this code behaves like this. Every 3 seconds, it opens up a new website. However this code I wrote opens [URL] in a new window, then [URL] in a new window and so on. I want it to open all the websites in the same window. How do I achieve this?
So, currently this code opens up [URL] in a new window, then it opens [URL] in a new window and then [URL] in a new window. I do not want it to behave like this. I want all the websites to be open in the same window one after the other.
Anyone have any ideas or alternative solutions? I thought maybe I was using an IE only thing but it is a version of IE on the IPAQ. I thought maybe it was not standards compliant but I haven't found anyone having a similar problem.
Any idea or advice? TIA, BG.
PS Ignore that I am using a reset button to do this - I have also tried it in the body tag like this: