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Bump. Still looking for help here. Anyone?
Can you explain (sorry, I'm a newbie) how that helps? I thought by the time onunload fires the page was already closed. I need to trap BEFORE the page unloads and prevent that from happening. Will...
I see where you can use onbeforeunload to prompt the user with a message and based on the return value of the message either continue with the unload or not.
What I want to to is skip the prompt...
lol - I wish the latter was an option. That's for the refrence. I'll take a look.
I'm trying to set up a secton on the top of a form that does not scroll. I've tried putting it in a <div> with postion: fixed, but that doesn't do it. How can a accomplish this for IE?
Another stupid question (will someone warn me when I've used up my quota?): How do I make an image so that it sits at the bottom of a page regardless of how it is sized?
I finally got it working by using the technique from that link I posted above. My problem was that some of the links in the div would fit on one line and others would wrap. When I used line-height...
That's what I usually do. Do a search web search on "CSS Tutorial" and you can find some good lessons what walk you through the basics.
I guess I don't understand. Do I then put a height and a align-center attribute on the <a>, or how do I use that to do the vertical centering?
Unfortunately, my client has requested a pretty specific layout that includes a border around the links and some way to visually show which link was selected (it's a navigator pane that stays visible...
Line-hight works well for the entries that are just one line, but causes the ones that wrap to have extra space between the lines. I found this:...
I'll give that a shot, but giving it a "height: 40" did increase the height of the boxes using span.
Can I use a vertical-align to center the text in the div's, or what?
I have a series of bordered <span> elements that contain links. Some of the text wraps and some doesn't, and my user asked that all of the "boxes" be the same size. I accomplished this by using a...
Thanks for the quick respons - I was right, it WAS a stupid question.
See you're in Worthington - I'm in C-bus myself.
Stupid question of the day (I know it's early, but I have faith): How do I make a visited link (<a href=...>) look the same as the default for an unvisited link?
Awsome, thanks! I was trying to wrap an isNull or isObject around that and wasn't having any luck.
Using IE, how can I verify that getElementByID has returned a valid object?
Thanks in advance!
Hmmm - my user is telling me that they know of a site that does that. Maybe I'll have to ask him to demonstrate.
Is there a way in IE to trap when the back button is pressed to do things like prompt the user to save or do some function other than going back?
Awsome! I knew it had to be something simple: getElementsByName instead of getElementbyId.
When I reffered to the button "group", I was talking about the ability to access each radio...