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or position: absolute with top:expression() for IE6 hack
myObject.myVar = 'testing';
Post is old, but the link works fine....
Because of the browser limitations (built in drag and drop functionality) the script works as follows:
click (and release)
click again to finish...
Here is what you do:
Scroll/size your browser so that <select> control is at the bottom of the page.
Move your browser so that it is a the bottom of your screen.
Try using <select> now....
I'm not hte one using iframe - you are.
So you are knowingly discriminating against the 1%?
... to access parent document from an iframe (not layer), use
That is some ugly code to implement mighty annoying functionality....
.... image "pop-up" block should be positioned <i>absolutely</i>
define layer in terms of HTML elements.....
The beginning of the problem is in the first line of your HTML code....
Start with 3 sets of radio buttons so that the form can still operate when scripting disabled, then add some self initiating script so that your HTML page is not polluted with all the onclicks...
This whole "UA Strings can be spoffed" argument does not hold water. The purpose of UA string is to provide server with information about user agent and its capabilities. If you are spoofing the UA...
I have a server side CSS preprocessor written in PHP that will deliver browser specific code: raw stylesheet: http://www.klproductions.com/styles/screen.xcss and processed one:...
"Code becomes non-maintainable" only when you do not use the JS compressors properly. I have been using JS compression for awhile now. The difference is that my JS compressor is part of a server side...
Same two questions:
1. What happens when a SE bot or user without JS visits your page?
2. Where will your visitors want to open the pages that you want in a new window? (hint: ever used any other...
Demo for a list box emulation for IE:
Drop down select box can be emulated as well following the same basic principle.
proper form verification:
<form onsubmit="return verify(this)">
Where verify function returns true if form data is ok, and false otherwise.
Is there a way to ban incompetent designers from the web?
Compare two dates: Release of CSS 2 as recommendation and release of IE6.0