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  1. [RESOLVED] Issue with IE attaching an event

    I am working with an application that assigns an id value to dropdown boxes when it generates the page (I have no control over the assignment).
    I have the dropdowns for the user to select a date...
  2. I understand. From what you described earlier: an...

    I understand. From what you described earlier: an index page with hand/hard coded individual recipe pages you were already headed towards on 'old school' solution. The crux of the problem here is...
  3. First take ...

    What you have described:
    an index page of recipes, organized by category in which each recipe in linked to an individual web page dedicated to that recipe (with picture and one or more export...
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    Looks like a closure to me ...

    check out:
    http://www.webreference.com/programming/javascript/rg36/
  5. Question ....

    Are all the recipes presented on one page? or does each recipe has its own page?
    How are the recipes being set on the page? Typed in? or are they being written in from an outside source (database,...
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    I agree with criterion9. Javascript is...

    I agree with criterion9.

    Javascript is probably not what you need.
    Since you are displaying so much data, and access level is influencing screen functionality, staying in the Java stack is best....
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    displaying form contents ...

    I am perplexed. Are you are asking how to display the values from the form back to a table AFTER the action button is displayed and at the same time have the form reappear to allow additional...
  8. Thread: css/frames

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    Manage frames

    Be sure your have assigned a name for each frame and then include that name as the target of the link.
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    Data Object - date formats

    check out:
    DevGuru
    http://www.devguru.com/technologies/javascript/10585.asp
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    See the Java API on Enumerations This is the...

    See the Java API on Enumerations
    This is the general idea though.



    // Get an enumeration of all parameters
    Enumeration enum = req.getParameterNames();
    //Loop through the enumeration
    for...
  11. Poll: Size matters ...

    7 hours or less for a simple web site with maybe 5 pages of static content might be realistic. However, if you begin adding dynamic behaviors, with javascript or vbscript, it begins to mushroom...
  12. This is how I did the same thing ...

    function toggleNotes(){
    state=document.getElementById('notestoggle').value;
    if (state == "Hide Special Notes"){
    document.getElementById('specialnotes').style.display="none";...
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    Alternative

    Since you're working with jsp, you could use jsp inline script to set the ID of the textfield (or any other defineable attribute of a page object) as a session object then, when forwarded, retrieve...
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    One more pooint ...

    I agree a database in the backend to store credentials, then use the db check the entered credentials against to verify access rights (authorized user) .... but as you pointed out there is currently...
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    sorry

    missed that param
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    Look this over

    http://xkr.us/articles/dom/iframe-document/
  17. Next step

    I see what you have done.
    Anything in the DOM can be manipulated IF possesses the attribute to be managed AND is addressable.

    Add unique id="<somelabel>" to each of your divs.
    Then you can use...
  18. Attachments ... trying again

    Once more into the valley ...
  19. Found the root cause ...

    You have several nested divs, in particular two outer divs: maincontent and contentwrapper. (contentwrapper is a redundant and unnecessary)

    1) FF allows content to horizontally overflow divs, but...
  20. What I found so far --

    I downloaded all you .css files and the html page.
    Ran them locally on an IIS local server.

    Behaves perfectly in FF.

    Misbehaves in IE.
    When I eliminated colums of data that pushed table...
  21. I don't understand ...

    I have looked at your page.
    I don't understand what you driving at.
    When I resized the browser (both IE7 and FF 3.5.6) it worked well .... but

    In IE the table is centered in the datapanel div...
  22. A couple of ideas ...

    Suggestion:
    Since your use of floats is related to the 'drop' problem in IE you might want to consider overcoming the problem by: 1) defining the datapanel width in the css file as a percentage (of...
  23. You're welcome. I went to the site and...

    You're welcome.

    I went to the site and examined it a bit ... nothing too deep. But I can tell you that while the scheme I described to you will work, it is actually the predecessor to what they...
  24. some guidance

    without looking at the site.

    The technique is to enclose each 'key' area in a div with a unique id.
    In the css file (or section in the head) for each div you wish to hide set the display to none...
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    Error correction in IE

    First I see you are using .jsp.
    If you are using an Tomcat on you box then I'd check the error logs.

    Second, try viewing the page with Firefox and use the Error Console to track down the issue.
    ...
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