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  1. Thanks for the infos. I'll use getElementById()....

    Thanks for the infos. I'll use getElementById().

    As for not using document.write(), I found this: "Why is document.write considered a 'bad practice'?"
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    Primitive values immutable or not?

    Hello

    I'm reading David Flanagan's "JavaScript: The Definitive Guide 6th ed", which says on page 44:


    And still, the following code works:


    "use strict";
  3. [jshint] "document.write can be a form of eval."

    Hello

    I'm learning JavaScript by reading "The Definitive Guide".

    I saw JSHint and JSLint recommended to catch syntax errors, but I don't understand why they don't like this code:



    var s =...
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    Thanks for the infos.

    Thanks for the infos.
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    Thanks for the info. I'll see if there are any...

    Thanks for the info. I'll see if there are any good free editors for Windows that support JS highlighting + autocomplete, or get a commercial alternative if not.



    Ok. I was wondering if people...
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    How to run/test JavaScript?

    Hello,

    I'm reading David Flanagan's "JavaScript: The Definitive Guide, 6th ed".

    It only actually tells users how to run JS code on page 311, where users are told of the following solutions:
    ...
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    Thanks for the tip. The form is just used to send...

    Thanks for the tip. The form is just used to send an e-mail, but I will log the request in a database just for safety.
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    [newbie] Filtering data from form?

    Hello

    This is a newbie question.

    What are the general things to pay attention too when handling data that were sent from a form?

    The form has a few text widgets, a couple of comboboxes, a...
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    jQuery Thanks for the help. I don't understand how to......

    Thanks for the help. I don't understand how to...
    1. Remove the DrawBotBoot() function since it's in charge of displaying the question asked to the user
    2. How to have jQuery validate the form,...
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    jQuery [newbie] Anti-SPAM + form validator?

    Hello

    This must be a very simple problem for JS experts, but I don't know enough yet about JS to know how to solve it.

    After successfully adding and using jQuery's form validator, I'd like to...
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    Thanks everyone for the feedback.

    Thanks everyone for the feedback.
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    Why use PHP?

    Hello

    This is a newbie question, and not for trolling.

    I just read that article about the PHP JIT compiler Facebook just came out with.

    Am I correct in understanding that...
    1. every time...
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    Thanks. If you've tried other, simpler HTML...

    Thanks. If you've tried other, simpler HTML editors like Kompozer, what features make you prefer to work with Dreamweaver?
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    Kompozer vs. Dreamweaver?

    Hello,

    I see Dreamweaver mentionned every time a newbie is looking for a WYSIWYG HTML editor, and I was wondering what features it offers over less well-known alternatives like Kompozer.

    Thank...
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    jQuery Thank you very much for the help. There was no...

    Thank you very much for the help. There was no way I would have thought that was the reason why the button would no longer trigger the event.

    Now that your pointed me in the right direction, there...
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    jQuery Thanks a lot Jona for the help :) In this...

    Thanks a lot Jona for the help :)

    In this particular exemple, I just tried updating the button's caption, but I actually aim at using a DIV section to display the different UI's the user must...
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    jQuery Checking DOM after AJAX call?

    Hello

    I'm just learning about AJAX (with jQuery, incidently), and I'm having a problem where a button no longer triggers an event after I changed it through an AJAX call.

    Problem is, once AJAX...
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    jQuery From Form to AJAX?

    Hello

    I'm pretty much a JavaScript and AJAX newbie, and am trying to AJAXify a form provided by the open-source forum application PunBB so that other applications can use its login.php to...
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    Spying on application?

    Hello

    In order to understand how a given PHP(5) application works, I wondered if there are some server-side tools that would let me watch the different scripts being called starting from the...
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    Thanks guys for the links/info. If I don't find...

    Thanks guys for the links/info. If I don't find something close to what I need, I might end up dumbing down full-fledged blogging application like WordPress.
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    Yup, thanks for the link. Before spending time...

    Yup, thanks for the link. Before spending time writing this application with these specs, I'd rather check that no one has already done it.
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    Thanks but TinyMCE is not a server-side blogging...

    Thanks but TinyMCE is not a server-side blogging application:

    "TinyMCE is a platform independent web based Javascript HTML WYSIWYG editor control released as Open Source under LGPL by Moxiecode...
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    Dead-simple PHP/MySQL blogging tool?

    Hello

    I need a really simple solution to build a one-person blog: When the user wants to create/edit a blog entry, he calls a PHP script on the server which will...
    1. save the raw article into...
  24. Actually, what I had in mind, is using...

    Actually, what I had in mind, is using Python-based frameworks like TurboGear or Django, which seem to make it very easy to write web daemons as alternatives to CGI tools like PHP.

    I'd be curious...
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    Thanks guys. I'll read through "High performance...

    Thanks guys. I'll read through "High performance MySQL" to see how to solve this issue.
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