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    I'm with toicontien on this one... don't even...

    I'm with toicontien on this one... don't even waste your time with this... It is entirely too easy to bypass, even for someone with relatively little computer knowledge.
    An amateur can disable...
  2. Not directly- when you view the source of a page,...

    Not directly- when you view the source of a page, you are viewing the file that is served up by the server. In this case, the server serves some files, and then the output that is rendered by the...
  3. Thread: Email Help

    by Tweak4
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    I'm afraid you'll find doing this in JavaScript...

    I'm afraid you'll find doing this in JavaScript is quite impossible. You used to be able to something similar years ago, but it turns out sending email from someone computer without their knowing...
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    The only way you can read a file like that off...

    The only way you can read a file like that off the client's pc is using JScript's FileSystemObject through ActiveX. However, this will only work in IE, and even then, only when your users aren't...
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    What you'll need to do is use the input you've...

    What you'll need to do is use the input you've collected to generate 2 date objects:
    var firstDate = new Date(firstyear, firstmonth - 1, firstday)
    Note the "- 1" - JS months are 0 - 11.

    Once you...
  6. Thread: absolute path

    by Tweak4
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    You'll have to more closely explain what you mean...

    You'll have to more closely explain what you mean by "hosting" your website. If you are using your computer as a server, you will need to code everything using server-relative paths (i.e....
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    I almost forgot- don't confuse .substring() and...

    I almost forgot- don't confuse .substring() and .substr().
    substring(a,b) will start at position a or b (which ever is less), and capture to the other one.
    substr(a,b) will start at position a, and...
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    The question you need to ask yourself now is "Why...

    The question you need to ask yourself now is "Why use a substring at all?"
    Instead, it would be far more reliable to keep your original code (without the .toString()), and then use date/time...
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    The problem is: myArray[0] = new Date(); If...

    The problem is:
    myArray[0] = new Date();

    If you step through in a debugger, you'll see that after this line executes, myArray[0] contains an object, not a string. And since it is not a string,...
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    Fang is merely trying to say that this is a great...

    Fang is merely trying to say that this is a great board for getting help, but don't expect people to do your work for you. People here will readily give you tips/ideas/clues to point you in the...
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    Just use an .htaccess file on your server to...

    Just use an .htaccess file on your server to control security. Easy-peasy, and more secure than any sort of script-based "security"
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    Not a simple task, but this might help a bit......

    Not a simple task, but this might help a bit...
    You can't use JS to alter an image directly. However, when I needed something similar, I created a transparent png containing the text I wanted...
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    A couple things: 1. Java != Javascript. They...

    A couple things:
    1. Java != Javascript. They are entirely separate languages with little in common other than unfortunately similar names. You need to be specific as to which you need help with.
    ...
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    Flash files are pretty much disabled if you are...

    Flash files are pretty much disabled if you are previewing inside Dreamweaver (i.e. you are using the WYSIWYG part of the editor). If you preview in your browser (F12, by default), it should work-...
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    I'm going to take a shot in the dark and guess...

    I'm going to take a shot in the dark and guess that "underline" really means "underlying", since if you were actually hiding code, there would be no need to underline it.

    That said, the answer is...
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    As usual, remember that this type of script will...

    As usual, remember that this type of script will rely on the assumption that the date and time on the user's PC are accurate- a dangerous assumption, which you have no way to validate.
    It is...
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    In the save dialog, I believe you also need to...

    In the save dialog, I believe you also need to enter your filename inside of quotes, otherwise Notepad will append a ".txt" to the end.
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    Yes. By the time the form is in a state where it...

    Yes. By the time the form is in a state where it can be filled out, the person doing the filling is looking at a locally rendered copy of the form on their own pc. Thus, when the form is submitted,...
  19. You're probably going to need to post the...

    You're probably going to need to post the script/page you're trying to work with. It very well could be a matter of scope- if your x is defined locally inside of a function, it might not be...
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    I'm afraid filling you in on "the basics" won't...

    I'm afraid filling you in on "the basics" won't really help, as what you describe above is far beyond basic.
    You're going to need a server-side technology of some sort- since you already have your...
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    I don't believe there is a set limit. I'm sure...

    I don't believe there is a set limit. I'm sure too many will cause a problem eventually, but as long as you're not writing a novel in the field, you should be ok.
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    Dreamweaver here, but only because my company...

    Dreamweaver here, but only because my company paid for it ;)
    Even then, I use it in code view about 98% of the time, so it's basically a glorified version of notepad with better formatting and ftp...
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    Assuming that "removed" really means 'replaced...

    Assuming that "removed" really means 'replaced with type="text/javascript"'
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    I'm going to go out on a limb and say that ...

    I'm going to go out on a limb and say that


    var tmp= new Image();
    tmp.src= fileToCheck + ".htm";

    is at least part of your problem. If you're going to create an image element, you need to...
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    Sorry for chiming in late, but I thought I might...

    Sorry for chiming in late, but I thought I might add a little more information.

    First off, as Fang so eloquently put it, the primary problem is that you are using a table for layout, which is very...
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