Type: Posts; User: mkoss
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The quick 1,2,3,4 on creating a .js file is this:
1) Open a text editor, create a new document, and save it as 'whatever'.js
3) Import it into an HTML page...
I'm not sure about the error, but I do notice a syntax error in your if statement. You need to use == (the equality operator) rather than = (the assignment operator). Also in your if statement, I...
Hmm, this is a tricky one. I have an idea, but I don't have the time at the moment to try to code it. But here's some pseudo-code of how I would try to tackle this:
<td nowrap="true">some very...
<form name="myForm" onsubmit="check();">
<input type="text" name="username"><br>
<input type="password" name="password">
var form =...
Actually, that is a typo in the post -- it's not in the HTML.
I think I may have found something. I read a post where someone said that there is a bug in IE6 that causes applets with more than one...
No, I don't, it's an internal webapp. I can paste all the code I have though, maybe that will help.
I would attach the applet, but...
I am using IE 6. I would understand if I got a message, but I don't get anything. Also, the page is opened from script, so it shouldn't be a problem to close it.
This is off the top of my head, so I cannot promise it will work :)
The problem is, you cannot reference a variable dynamically like that (img + i = ...).
It doesn't work for me :confused:
Hi. I have a page where window.close() is not working. It does not even pop up the warning "The page is trying to close, do you want to?" (whatever it says). Here is the code I have: