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Why do you do an or with two identical conditionals?
Since Google released their closure tool yesterday (as I'm sure most of you are aware). I thought I may as well release my tool which does the same thing, though on a smaller scale.
Let me get this straight - you want to use free content from another website while removing the features which pay for that content? If you want the movie without the links or adverts - HOST IT...
Could we see an example page? How are you doing the auto-complete code and why can't you just use the same code for all the boxes, not trying to duplicate it.
Could you post your whole header as that file is using other files too?
You're doing every replace, but you're doing them all on the original string. So you replace all the "i"s, and set t1 to that value, then you replace all the "will"s (in the ORIGINAL string, not...
You're calling "new sortableTable()" (non-standard naming convention for an instantiable object, but it is valid) but nowhere that I can see is it defined. Are you sure you've included the correct...
If you use AJAX to request the page, rather than an iframe, then the request will return a result (200, 404, 500 etc) which you can use. I read that topic, which does give a method to do it using...
What error messages do you want to use? You should not be detecting browsers and assuming they do or don't have one of the display methods (they all have "alert"), check for the actual error methods...
This is more CSS but I suspect what you want is valign.
Set the encoding:
<?xml version="1.0" encoding="UTF-8"?>
What browser is that on? The escape is needed to not end the script section there.
</ is defined as the end of the script section however \/ isn't a valid escape sequence so the \ is ignored, giving you want without ending the script. This should be done on...
I wrote a script for my third year project which allows EXACTLY that (right down to the '#include' syntax). The site isn't great but it's all there:
If you've kept the same code there's no selected index, a set of radio buttons don't have indexes.
All I could see looking through the documentation was Skip() and SkipLine(). The major point from that however was:
Facilitates sequential access to file.
That's all I see.
You need to pass each of the elements individually, for example separated by commas, so you would get:
For this you need the array join method.
I'd suggest getting firebug and when you hover over elements it will show you exactly what areas they cover. There's a number of ways to remove it depending on what causes it. An example without...
There doesn't seem to be anything at that link as an example.