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  1. Hint: Address people by NAME.

    Hint: Address people by NAME.
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    gordonj: I wasn't able to tell from the...

    gordonj:

    I wasn't able to tell from the previous posts whether you solved your problem or not.

    Here's a simple two-level AJAX menu system:


    <!DOCTYPE html PUBLIC "-//W3C//DTD HTML 4.01...
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    shade45: Okay, well, I thought you wanted...

    shade45:

    Okay, well, I thought you wanted help. Good luck with your project.
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    shade45: What server-side language does your...

    shade45:

    What server-side language does your host support?
  8. --,,, error.

    --,,, error.
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    vPro: Yes, I've seen this recently, this is a...

    vPro:

    Yes, I've seen this recently, this is a duplicate thread. I'm not interested. Too many "I wants" and not one please or thank you.
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    Okay, post a sample of one of the arrays, which I...

    Okay, post a sample of one of the arrays, which I assume contains the results of one query. And then explain what you mean by "display the data." How do you need it to be displayed? Is it...
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    vPro: Are you expecting to query the database...

    vPro:

    Are you expecting to query the database every time the selected option changes, without refreshing the page?
  12. Celia: You're welcome. Good luck with your...

    Celia:

    You're welcome. Good luck with your project. I'm sure you'll be able to find lots of AJAX example code to use with whatever server side language you have.
  13. Celia: No. PHP is a server-side language. If...

    Celia:

    No. PHP is a server-side language. If your host supports it, then it's already installed on your server, there's nothing for you to install. If not, then you can use AJAX with whatever...
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    sLynne: Try this. Onclick image changes,...

    sLynne:

    Try this. Onclick image changes, music starts playing, onclick again, image reverts, song stops playing.


    <html>
    <head>
    <script type="text/javascript">

    var imgPath = 'media/';
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    GraFXGirl, Try this: ...

    GraFXGirl, Try this:



    <html>
    <head>
    <script type="text/javascript">

    function playVideo(URL){
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    sLynne: Please, if nothing else, take the time...

    sLynne:

    Please, if nothing else, take the time to completely write "please" and "thank you", in a simple request for help.

    "This is what I've done so far, this is my problem, will someone...
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    Edgar: You finally decide to address me by...

    Edgar:

    You finally decide to address me by name? I posted working code, and for days, all you did was ask others if they could help you with "James" code. It's like sitting at a table while...
  18. burlington: You need to use a server-side...

    burlington:

    You need to use a server-side language to do this. JavaScript is client-side.

    If your host supports PHP, you may want to consider a FREE file download package that I discovered,...
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    Try this, Demi:

    Try this, Demi:


    <!DOCTYPE html PUBLIC "-//W3C//DTD HTML 4.01 Transitional//EN"
    "http://www.w3.org/TR/html4/loose.dtd">
    <html>
    <head>
    <meta http-equiv="Content-Type" content="text/html;...
  20. Celia: JavaScript alone cannot do this. It...

    Celia:

    JavaScript alone cannot do this. It can't read from a database. If you are using PHP/MySQL, see the following link, for a very good example of how to use AJAX/JavaScript/PHP to retrieve a...
  21. d2army: I'll bet that the ID you are using for...

    d2army:

    I'll bet that the ID you are using for the table is not unique. It doesn't seem credible that document.getElementById isn't recognized. But, try this:


    var nTable =...
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    yamobe: You're welcome. I'm glad you were...

    yamobe:

    You're welcome. I'm glad you were able to finish your project.

    Many others here, offer a lot of great advice and help.
  23. Assign an ID to the table, which must be unique. ...

    Assign an ID to the table, which must be unique. If the "name" is unique, you can use it for the ID and name. Then try:


    <table id='IDofmytable'>
    ...
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    yamobe: JavaScript alone can't do this. You...

    yamobe:

    JavaScript alone can't do this. You need AJAX/JavaScript to call the server. But, why so fast? Why every second? I doubt the server can access your database and return selects from a...
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    krag: This works. Don't break the string for...

    krag:

    This works. Don't break the string for window.open(), it must not contain any hard breaks. Just copy this, AS IS, paste it in your document, then click it.


    <a href='#'...
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