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I don't know if they come up to your...
Ok got it. Read this: http://www.w3schools.com/ajax/ajax_httprequest.asp
Forget my fist post. I still don't see what you mean. Sorry.
What does this combination mean?
Sorry if forgot that you want to call it every 20 seconds. This would do the trick:
Your on load function also contains...
Please try to explain your problem in a different way.
In order to get rid of your we can write the variable into a hidden text field and submit the form to send...
And as is said:
In this case...
Your first url has a subdirectory so ../ for the parent directory works but your second url does not have one so you cant get one directory up. ../ is in this case the url
there is also something wrong with the script tags at line 13 and 24 and one img tag at line 179. They all link to some files located on the clients computer (path like this:...
If you try to open the stylesheet on the redirected url you get a 404 response. So the path to your stylesheet is wrong.
I would suggest you use xslt transformations or you take a look at the SimpleXML object in php.
I don't see this as a real problem. And if the user does it is his own fault.
With PHP you should do fine.
See this URL for the manual:
If you just want to store it in an ordinary variable then yes.
But the question was:
So we need a session ;)
PHP = server side
PHP would look like this
Can you replace
mysql_query("UPDATE appointment SET DepositCost = '$deposit'
WHERE idAppointment = $_GET['idAppointment']");
$sql = "UPDATE appointment SET DepositCost =...
after document.write(); but I would put your whole script into a onload function.
And you forgot to create a <body> tag
if(ageofperson >= 40)
document.getElementsByTagName("body").style.backgroundColor = "#ff0000";
The only way i can think of is that you combine the selectors.
this selector ignores every href that starts with http:// (so you...
It would be easier if you tell me what the href should look like, I haven't used regexps for a long time.
You may use css attribute selectors like
Yes but therefore you need to define an id for each of you a tags.
Simplest would be:
Yes it does sound useful.
I found this in the JQuery docs :
So your special case does not work.