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Well, I don't think the status of moderator immediately makes you an expert. I've seen scripts examples written by you and they are horrid, no offence. :)
Oh, and you don't have to worry about me...
I'll be the judge of that, if you don't mind, Kor
That will just change action parameter but won't submit the form. Keep submit but try onmousedown="this.form.action=\'?act=delete&id='.$data->shop_name.'\';"
Just thought of a function that might not work with duplicating the direct link:
booklet = confirm("You are about to enter our Curriculum Checklist\n\nYou need to have...
What you have at the moment is .. take the result of php script, write...
Why call Get_Page() function at all if you have the link in href? doesn't make sense.
No, you can't do this. All you can have is an annoying pop up when user moves from page to page, however you would not be able to detect if the user leaves the domain because this is a security...
I believe this is what he wants:
<input name="box" type="text"><input type="button" value="enter" onclick="Do(0);"><br>
<input type="button" value="back"...
Open reply, type something in then backspace it type something else then backspace it then something else then backspace it. Now click Ctrl+Z several times, you will see what you have typed then...
No. If user enters new address in the address bar, there is nothing you can do.
He is not talking about the browser's back button, he has a button on the form that takes you back 1 step and not to the previous page
You have no SLIDES.update function on your page.
put 3 drop down <select> menus instead with predefined intervals. 1st will have 00 15 30 45 - 4 items for minutes, 2nd 12 items 0 1 2... for hours and 3rd 2 items for AM PM
You only define structure as new array structure = new Array(150); What about the rest, structure? structure? etc...
document.getElementById('trimite') is looking for id="trimite" you have name instead <input type="submit" name="trimite" value="Trimite"/>';
Also, use .match(/\w+\b/g).length; instead of split or...
You're pushing something in url2 but popping it out of url1?????? Doesn't make sense. Also url1.pop(); would just remove last element from url1. If you want to return the last element you need to...
All this script does is it puts nothing into text boxes. What names it shows the first time?
Try onmousedown instead of onclick and see if it works.
Although onevent="function1(); function2();...." can work in some browsers it does not work in all browsers so I would not recommend doing it this way. Instead make a third function
you can add onclick event to:
<img id="placeholder" src="/Photo/xxx.jpg">
Yeah, but making the object tree in php and eval-ing it is a much better solution.