dcsimg
www.webdeveloper.com

Search:

Type: Posts; User: herodote92

Page 1 of 16 1 2 3 4

Search: Search took 0.02 seconds.

  1. Replies
    3
    Views
    1,882

    Got it ! My form was lame. It looked somehow like...

    Got it ! My form was lame. It looked somehow like this:



    <table> // upper level table
    <tr></tr>
    <form> // wrong place
    <tr></tr>
    <tr>
    <td>
  2. Replies
    3
    Views
    1,882

    Thanks for hint, but I'm afraid the problem...

    Thanks for hint, but I'm afraid the problem doesn't lie in there. I added an alert just before submitting, for ex:



    alert(document.getElementsByName("m0")[0].value);


    and I can see that the...
  3. Replies
    3
    Views
    1,882

    Form problem

    Hi everybody,

    I came upon something I can't understand when using a form in Javascript.

    I use POST method. The form is handled by PHP. My form contains nested tables. The lowest-level table...
  4. I usually do this in order to be sure that a...

    I usually do this in order to be sure that a popup has been closed before it will be re-opened (to avoid several simultaneous pop-ups) . Perhaps this can give you ideas:
  5. Replies
    4
    Views
    927

    myvar = 'pages_in_section_id_' + sectionId ...

    myvar = 'pages_in_section_id_' + sectionId

    Since at least one term is a string, the "+" operator will be understood as "concatenate", not as "add".
  6. Replies
    11
    Views
    2,427

    I suggest the following, provided you only apply...

    I suggest the following, provided you only apply the function to positive numbers:


    Shouldn't be too hard to adapt it to any number (positive or negative).
  7. Replies
    531
    Views
    120,692

    A good old Soviet-time joke... Brezhnev liked...

    A good old Soviet-time joke...

    Brezhnev liked to walk incognito and disguised in Moscow, just to spy what ordinary people would think and say. So one day he was at a car exhibit, and there stood...
  8. Replies
    11
    Views
    1,719

    View Post

    Je suis en région parisienne... I think we should pass over to the coffee room for further chat, in order not to upset our anglophone friends, who already don't have a very good opinion of the French...
  9. Replies
    11
    Views
    1,719

    View Post

    I'm afraid I am, well, oui, je suis Français...

    (Damn'd, EasyPHP betrayed me). :D
  10. Replies
    11
    Views
    1,719

    No, the result was the same. Looks like I got...

    No, the result was the same.

    Looks like I got it. In EasyPHP, if you right-click on the icon in the task bar, then select 'Configuration", then 'Extensions', you can click on the extensions you...
  11. Replies
    11
    Views
    1,719

    Wait a moment... I just noticed something strange...

    Wait a moment... I just noticed something strange happened to my script... I replaced :



    by this:



    And now the result is :
    [quote]
  12. Replies
    11
    Views
    1,719

    Hi, it's PHP 4.3.10. Here is the sample script...

    Hi, it's PHP 4.3.10.

    Here is the sample script that should show an image (a ellipse with a message in it) :


    It is called from this main script:



    It could hardly be simpler... The result...
  13. Replies
    11
    Views
    1,719

    Making gd to work

    Hi, I'm new to php. I have an example php script using the graphic library gd2. I saw this example work on another machine. I just copied the scripts and tried to make them work on my own Windows XP...
  14. Replies
    2
    Views
    2,543

    You might also consider writing an Excel macro....

    You might also consider writing an Excel macro. It's not that hard, after all (normally, the data structure inside an Excel file is rather simple). You read the data in one sheet and write them back...
  15. Replies
    3
    Views
    1,679

    Thank you. And a terrible headache too. :o

    Thank you. And a terrible headache too. :o
  16. What are the symptoms ?

    What are the symptoms ?
  17. Replies
    11
    Views
    25,515

    I adapted a little Kor's script, this works (it...

    I adapted a little Kor's script, this works (it positions a X on the image, where the user clicked). You could easily improve it (positioning an arrow image, for ex.):



    <!DOCTYPE HTML PUBLIC...
  18. Replies
    3
    Views
    993

    Usually, you should mildly ignore Firefox bugs...

    Usually, you should mildly ignore Firefox bugs and scornfully scream at IE bugs :D
  19. Replies
    12
    Views
    2,097

    I have no idea of how this will be displayed on...

    I have no idea of how this will be displayed on your screens, but I made this simple test to check the French accentuated letters. I saved it as UTF-8, and both FireFox and IE were smart enough to...
  20. Replies
    1
    Views
    1,682

    Why do you have the sequence ?> twice in your...

    Why do you have the sequence ?> twice in your first line ?

    Also be careful, there must be absolutely nothing (no blanks, no linefeed...) before the <?xml header.

    And it's possible that your...
  21. Replies
    3
    Views
    1,679

    Alternate colors for line groups !!!

    I spent most of the day trying to achieve this... As it seems I succeded at last, I feel so proud of myself that I really have to share it here :D

    My XML test file:



    <?xml version="1.0"...
  22. Replies
    1
    Views
    2,938

    Well, I think I got it in the end. ...

    Well, I think I got it in the end.



    <xsl:value-of select = "id(concat('TF_',current()/@typ))" />.


    Exhausted... but happy :p
  23. Replies
    1
    Views
    2,938

    XPath id() ???

    Hi, I'm trying to use the XPath id() function and cannot get anywhere.

    Originally, I had the following, which works:


    <xsl:value-of select =...
  24. I don't know about toHTML, but the following...

    I don't know about toHTML, but the following seems to work:



    x = x.replace(/\[(\/?\w+)\]/g,"\<$1\>");


    If your string is for ex abcdef, it will change it into abc<span>def. The same for .
    ...
  25. You have to build a string, out of the following...

    You have to build a string, out of the following substrings ( + means 'concatenation' in this case):

    "url("
    activeColor
    ")"

    = url(activeColor); would mean: get now the result of the function...
Results 1 to 25 of 388
Page 1 of 16 1 2 3 4
HTML5 Development Center



Recent Articles