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    Pan-Mass Challenge

    Hi folks,

    I haven't posted on here in quite a while, but as it turns out I am doing the Pan-Mass Challenge this year, and am in need of donations.

    Feel free to read more at...
  2. Thread: RegExp help

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    RegExp help

    I'm using ASP classic, and in the file upload widget I'm developing, I'd like to restrict uploaded files to a certain format, with specific delimiters.

    I'd like a pattern that would match a...
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    If you had actually read my post, you'd have seen...

    If you had actually read my post, you'd have seen that I already read that article. In any case, the solution I arrived at wasn't even discussed in the article.


    ASP Classic/VBScript are clunky...
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    As un-intuitive as it is, assigning it to a...

    As un-intuitive as it is, assigning it to a variable seems to work.

    e.g.



    test123 = UpdateContactBK(StrContactNo,ObjTrack,pd(DAY(date()),2) & " " & MonthName(2,true) & " " &...
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    Cannot use parentheses when calling a Sub

    Hi folks,

    I'm working on a relatively simple feature to update some content in a database - a time-stamp, specifically. However, every time I try to make the call, I get the following error:

    ...
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    This is kinda' tricky, but very possible. ...

    This is kinda' tricky, but very possible. You'll want to look at the so-called AbstractView of the document, as defined here: http://developer.mozilla.org/en/docs/DOM:document.defaultView which...
  7. http://w3.org Alternatively, write about how...

    http://w3.org

    Alternatively, write about how many bugs there are in Internet Explorer. That'd get you well over 2,000 words.
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    I kinda' know a thing or two about this stuff...

    I kinda' know a thing or two about this stuff...
  9. Thread: Iframe and SEO

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    Frames are an accessilbity nightmare. If you...

    Frames are an accessilbity nightmare. If you look, Jacob Neilsen has a whole article dedicated to them. As the others alluded to, dynamically include content via server-side technologies and...
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    At a quick glance, you're not defining the unit...

    At a quick glance, you're not defining the unit in which you want to see the 'top' and 'left' properties.

    Concatenate 'px', for example, after the new position.


    tblItemInfoPopup.style.top =...
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    Back from the Shadows...

    All,

    It's been quite a while since I've been here: perhaps two years or so. I used to be the Moderator for the JavaScript section for those that recall. Indeed, I faded out from this...
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    Why would you use JavaScript for what HTML...

    Why would you use JavaScript for what HTML already has built-in?
    <input type="checkbox">
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    For one, the DOCTYPE is incorrect. Use instead: ...

    For one, the DOCTYPE is incorrect. Use instead:

    <!DOCTYPE HTML PUBLIC "-//W3C//DTD HTML 4.01//EN"
    "http://www.w3.org/TR/html4/strict.dtd">And let us know how that works out for you.
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    In this day-and-age, when we have things like CSS...

    In this day-and-age, when we have things like CSS at our disposal, there really isn't a need to design resolution-specific layouts. In fact, it is frowned upon. You are only dancing around the...
  15. Thread: Meta Title

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    Simple: ...

    Simple:
    <script type="text/javascript">
    swapTitle( str ) {
    document.title = 'Action ' + str;
    }
    </script> Executed as:
    swapTitle('foo');
  16. Thread: document.write

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    Or the more standard-compliant: ...

    Or the more standard-compliant:
    document.getElementById('foo').appendChild(document.createTextNode('foo')); If you want to add markup, etc. consider methods such as createElement and so forth.
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    http://wellstyled.com/css-nopreload-rollovers.html

    http://wellstyled.com/css-nopreload-rollovers.html
  18. Thread: Code formatting

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    Definitely not a bad idea. There must be a vB...

    Definitely not a bad idea.

    There must be a vB hack out that does this already. Pete, et. al.?
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    It is possible, but pointless, because the page...

    It is possible, but pointless, because the page would become inaccessible. If you want it to be a "secret" feature of the site or something... why not use server-side/password protection?
  20. Thread: Studio MX 2004

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    Yes, Macromedia is top-quality stuff. I have a...

    Yes, Macromedia is top-quality stuff. I have a ton of respect for them.
  21. Thread: Search

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    Semantic markup is key. Believe me.

    Semantic markup is key. Believe me.
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    The "Go" button isn't really even needed though,...

    The "Go" button isn't really even needed though, just use the "Enter" key.
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    Totally agree with this. That is a solid...

    Totally agree with this. That is a solid site--Dave deserves great recognition for it (and, has got it).
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    I'd probably pay like $50.00 at the most. Hell,...

    I'd probably pay like $50.00 at the most. Hell, who am I kidding--I'd donate my left leg to the Mozilla foundation.
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    Might want to do something like:

    Might want to do something like:
    <a href="site-map.html" onclick="history.go(-1)">Back</a>
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