Type: Posts; User: Vassil Catsarov
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As for my project, in that particular case, I needed a way to filter out some items from a long...
The slashes are not needed if the new RegExp method is used.
The above example SHOULD WORK fine. Only the line before the last one
var processedsearchstr = searchstring;
must be deleted. While...
I use a regex that matches multiple search terms ignoring their order:
so far so good...
But I need the regex to be constructed dynamically from a form...
I have a PHP file encoded (encrypted?) with strange symbols. Its first line goes like this:
Yes, I was going to inspect the css because your example was doing the job while mine actual project was expanding the empty <li> tags containing the nested <ul>'s.
I have never heard of the zoom...
Thank you for pointing out the need for the <li> wrappers around my nested ul's. In your example the lower border of the newly added <li> tags sums up and becomes unequally thick - can be...
I am trying to style some nested unordered lists with CSS. When I use the IE7 standards or Quirks mode, the nested <li> elements get the background properties of their parents, the borders also don't...
Some clues, please, anybody?
Yes, NogDog, at least according to this set of instructions:
Run these commands, one by one:
C:\firebird\bin\instsvc i -s -a
I am using a WampServer on a Windows7 64 bit OS and I cannot configure it to support Interbase. I tried the PDO but it's not clear to me which configuration files have to be changed according to the...
I have some nested divs and I want to apply a transition filter to "articleholder".
<div id="days" class="glow"></div>
Thank you one more time, Kor!
With your help I not only solved my problem but learned so many new things in the meantime. I really appreciate it!
Thank you once again Kor for your attention and kindness to explain everything in such a detail!
Until now I thought that document.getElementsByTagName returns an array instead of just a list of...
Thank you very much Kor, for taking your time to explain the DOM basics to me! It was really helpful.
I was aware of createElement() and appendChild() methods. What I don't know is how to handle...
Thank you, Kor for your remarks! I find DOM terminology and methods confusing... What's the difference between an element and a node for example... And I'm not familiar with all the methods and...
Is there a way to determine the position of a particular child node, or in my case, whether it is the last sibling in order to avoid the error I get in case there are no more siblings?
Thank you Vic and tirna for your promt answers!
So the style properties are acessed via the
Tirna, from what I have referenced, it said:
var testboxWidth =...
Kor, thank you for you suggestion! I remember I used an anonymous function with setTimeout that contained functions with string parameters. So your method is perhaps similar, though I can't make it...
You are welcome! When you get the principle, everything else is up to your customization. If it interests you, you can read how to sort these 2-d arrays here:...
Well I guess you are right... Here is what I have tried to illustrate the idea:
myName = ["name1", "name2", "name3"];
myValue = [12,11,17];
myNameValue = new Array();;
Why not to try to combine both arrays into one "two dimensional" array and sort the latter according to your preferences?
Thank you for the suggestion, toicontien! I myself came empirically to this solution - encode the div reference in numbers and pass those numbers as psDiv parameter, ie:
psCreateCtrl(1, 5, 2);