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    Maybe you should try putting it right before the...

    Maybe you should try putting it right before the </body> tag.
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    myobject[prop] = 5;

    myobject[prop] = 5;
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    Posted on 08-30-2006 and this is his only post. I...

    Posted on 08-30-2006 and this is his only post. I think it's safe to say he won't be answering your question.
  4. Because he's a perfectionist.

    Because he's a perfectionist.
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    Usually on a serverside language.

    Usually on a serverside language.
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    You could use the smart tabs algorithm which I...

    You could use the smart tabs algorithm which I definitely did not steal from here.



    function ProcessTabs(line)
    {
    var SpacePerTab = 4;
    while(line.search('\t') != -1)
    {
    var TabPos =...
  7. Don't use dropdown lists? Every other shopping...

    Don't use dropdown lists? Every other shopping site uses divs for each computer that display all the information for that computer and use checkbox to choose which one.
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    Oh, I see. I was thinking that 'delete' isn't...

    Oh, I see. I was thinking that 'delete' isn't supported in IE6 but it was really that delete doesn't work on the window object in IE6.
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    Yeah but it won't throw an error. It will be all...

    Yeah but it won't throw an error. It will be all like "Hey, what the heck does 'delete' mean?" and throw a syntax error, right?
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    I understand if you don't yet think like a...

    I understand if you don't yet think like a programmer and need help on logic problems. But I don't want you to get dependant on me for asking how Javascript statements work when you can read it off a...
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    Yes, that's how the if statement works...now...

    Yes, that's how the if statement works...now you're pushing it.
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    It will exit when the stuff in the brackets after...

    It will exit when the stuff in the brackets after the keyword 'while' resolves to false. Now you're going in circles, get more experince and these things will come to you. Also, try reading something...
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    Well, you just assigned tempObj to a completely...

    Well, you just assigned tempObj to a completely different object which hasn't been checked to see if it's an element or an ending branch yet. It can't know to continue until this new tempObj is...
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    It will keep looking until it finds one or can't...

    It will keep looking until it finds one or can't look anymore (end of tree).
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    It just tries to return the right thing. If you...

    It just tries to return the right thing. If you notice, the code takes a step (does a tempObj=node.previousSibling before the while loop) to get it started but it doesn't check if it's an element so...
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    Yes it was

    Yes it was
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    Usually (and officially?) no but browsers allow...

    Usually (and officially?) no but browsers allow all sorts of strange things happen. What kind of programmer would put more than one HTML node in their page anyway?

    Edit: Damn it all, it's page 3...
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    NO! I don't think you understand the concept of...

    NO! I don't think you understand the concept of null. null means that the variable has no value. If previousSibling has no value, then it means it has no siblings. If previousSibling is not null, it...
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    How do you try a command that the browser won't...

    How do you try a command that the browser won't recognize? Isn't that like saying try{asldkfhnklasdf asdfawe}catch(er){alert("asdga")} or does it only semi-recognize it?
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    Anything can have a sibling. We're just checking...

    Anything can have a sibling. We're just checking that a) we have not already found our element b) we can't go any further because it's the end of the line (tip of the tree).

    And I already gave bad...
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    tempObj is always changing. We are looking for...

    tempObj is always changing. We are looking for the closest sibling that is an element. Lets say we're going forward/up (direction=1). First, we look at the node and see that the node is not the top...
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    The closest element sibling. The "tempObj's...

    The closest element sibling. The "tempObj's previousSibling is not null" only applies if tempObj is not an element. If tempObj is an element, it would have exited already.
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    It says while(there is an older/younger...

    It says
    while(there is an older/younger sibling)
    {
    go up/down the family tree;
    }
    If there aren't anymore sibling in the direction your traveling, the loop stops traveling (end of the road).
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    They don't teach you that in W3Schools.com. I...

    They don't teach you that in W3Schools.com. I should really stop recommending people to go there, maybe?
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    How are you suppose to set something to...

    How are you suppose to set something to tempObj.previousSibling if it has no value? How can you play with your brother/sister if they don't exist?
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