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  1. Instead of creating them as anchor tags, place...

    Instead of creating them as anchor tags, place them inside 3 divs as background-image and give display:inline

    For eg:

    <div...
  2. Hey ! Just thinking of a possibilty -> if you...

    Hey !

    Just thinking of a possibilty -> if you have a proxy server within the organization, this server might have cached the result of your first image hit - which was obviously a 404 (because...
  3. Hey ! It is definitely possible JavaScript ...

    Hey !

    It is definitely possible JavaScript

    Simplest approach is - Have 3 different JS files for 3 different browser sizes. For meaning statically if you include one JS file, that should be...
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    I think there are some possibilities using CSS...

    I think there are some possibilities using CSS selectors..

    Please go through the following article..

    http://coding.smashingmagazine.com/2009/08/17/taming-advanced-css-selectors/

    The author...
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    May be you could try the following output =...

    May be you could try the following

    output = [];
    for (var i = 1; i <= 13; i++ ) {
    var listId = "pdf_line_0_1_"+i;
    output[i] = document.getElementById(listId).value;
    document.writeln(output[i])...
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    Try str =...

    Try

    str = "http://"+location.host+filePath+"?num="+num;
    location.href=str;
  7. You could declare a global array, and store these...

    You could declare a global array, and store these 2 variables into this array.

    You could also think of Application cache if you are in HTML5 world :)

    Having said that, I guess the only option...
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    Hey Just thinking : - You could continue...

    Hey

    Just thinking : - You could continue using the onblur or onfocus event, and check one more condition - whether the window is minimized or not. On window minimize you should set some flag, and...
  9. Hope you have gone through my answer completely....

    Hope you have gone through my answer completely. I am no where referring to Input name or getElementsByTagName(). The only reference is the form element - which anyway you have to pass to the method....
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    I have responded to your othe post :)

    I have responded to your othe post :)
  11. You could use the DOM hierarchy for that In...

    You could use the DOM hierarchy for that

    In this case if you are sure the hierarchy is FORM->DIV-INPUT, then you could use the following method. Let me know if you have any questions

    function...
  12. Any demo Page please to see the problem

    Any demo Page please to see the problem
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    Please ignore the color codes around the input...

    Please ignore the color codes around the input elements. It should be like the following

    <form id="the-form" name="myform">
    <input type='text' value="eeee" name="my1" />
    <input type='text'...
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    You need not give a my[] name to the input...

    You need not give a my[] name to the input elements. by default all elements coming under a form is an array. Please the the following (changes highlighted in green bold)


    <!DOCTYPE HTML PUBLIC...
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