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Bsmbahamas. Thank you for the reply.
I haven't had time to check yet, but I get exactly what you mean. Two things I did not know here come into play - possibly because my original programming...
I know what you mean, however I have tried with asynchronous set to true and false, no difference. Also (not being argumentative, just figuring this out,) wouldn't the fact that it is setInterval and...
In the end I gave up. I just could not get the timer to halt. But to answer your question Logic Ali, yes the call is asynchronous. Therefore I gave up trying to stop it because it is such a small...
I wanted to edit the above post with more info, but couldn't find an edit button:
I have read and read and read up about this and I can not for the life of me understand why this code doesn't...
I have read and read and read up about this and I can not for the life of me understand why this code doesn't work.
It is a simple routine check that sens an ajax call to assess whether the...
Thankyou very much HyperionXS. Makes sense once it's explained, I just assumed I could change the css attribute for one css class. (object)
Needed to personalize the example, but working...
Hi. Could anybody explain why:
does not work on any image in that css class, but
Thanks for your time. This code doesn't work and I did have a later version of it which I didn't keep but it gives an idea of where I was heading.
Well yes! Tempting but actually the problem is best viewed from the opposite approach. I actually want the images to get larger as the images are filtered by the onkeyup event triggering an SQL...
A little trick I use is js onfocus="". If you use that to validate the previous field and then combine them all for the submit button, you get something quick and snappy. I'm using AJAX...
This is a really difficult one. I will give lots of background info even though I have a very specific question. I doubt the question would make sense unless I explained the reasons for the question....
The answer to your question is yes. However, there are many things that could change the measure of difficulty but essentially what you are asking is quite simple - ie; can one update a...
Hi Xelawho. Thanks for your time.
By callback, do you mean the state change? If so, I have done that in the full code. This is the full code that I missed out:
function ajaxget(ident, respnse,...
I tried this
var str = eval(response);
Hi WolfShade. Thanks for the reply.
Actually I did try that. Like this:
However, your reply has got me wondering if...
Sorry about the horrible title. You are unlikely to arrive here through Google...
I have no trouble passing variables between functions except for one specific case which baffles me. I have...
Got it. Just needed a nudge in the right direction. The only thing that does raise a question in my mind would be how do you get apostrophes/quotes around the very first character...
Missing parentheses? I assume that the wildcard to select all fields in not required? The table in question has 50 or so fields.
I'll give it a try.
I'm going round in circles on this. I need another brain to help. (Not literally - yours might do!)
I am trying to use the contents of an array to set the criteria of a select statement which is...
Bionoid. I solved it, although I still have more to do to finish the project.
Basically, I needed to declare $SESSION_['icons'] as an array thus:
Bionoid, I'll get back to you tomorrow. I'm not near a computer, so this is from my cell phone. I'm in the UK. Many thanks so far.
Sure. It's not a huge code. It triggers an event that looks like a form opening in VB. It actually populates a div with the xmlHttp return using JS/PHP
Thanks for the quick response.
Yes I did. If this is relevant, this is part of an AJAX page and the session is automatically started in the 'parent' index.php page.
I tested that...
This is a quick one. Got me stumped.
I want add a value to part of the session array ($_SESSION['icons']).
$_SESSION['icons'] = $row_rs_tiny_thumbs['ItemID'];
I might need to re-visit the problem. I gave up in the end and resorted to eval() which works, but I know it's not ideal. It could have been a typo or something, but to be honest I'm not sure that's...