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  1. What are you actually trying to achieve? What is...

    What are you actually trying to achieve?
    What is the context here - webapp, Node.js ??
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    jQuery It works when I look at it... which is what I...

    It works when I look at it... which is what I would expect.
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    If you are 100% sure of the data that you are...

    If you are 100% sure of the data that you are submitting, you should be able to GET/POST it directly.

    Tools like CURL or WGET are useful for this, if you have no actual need for a web page.
  4. There are numerous bits of software out there...

    There are numerous bits of software out there either directly intended for this (eg NetNanny) or general-purpose (eg Apache used as a proxy) so I wouldn't recommend trying to re-invent the wheel.
  5. Try installing Fiddler, and check exactly what is...

    Try installing Fiddler, and check exactly what is being delivered.
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    There are hundreds of ways to do this, but first...

    There are hundreds of ways to do this, but first of all, lose the document.write bits, and build your table using the DOM

    I note that you have no actual AJAX call in there - where is your JSON...
  7. Okay, lets take a step back - are you the admin...

    Okay, lets take a step back - are you the admin for a school or something, or is this purely for your own PC?

    What _does_ happen when you try to use this?
  8. I'm not entirely sure what you are proposing....

    I'm not entirely sure what you are proposing.
    The way that the really big sites do this sort of thing tends to be quite complicated, but basically the server will do most of the hard work of...
  9. Without reading every line, it's hard to be 100%...

    Without reading every line, it's hard to be 100% sure, but I can see no evidance of code to create random anything, except for one section that chooses from a fairly short list of foreign cities.
  10. I can imagine how your Java background may be...

    I can imagine how your Java background may be confusing you, but in JS you must be careful how you use keywords. So, lets start out by changing
    to something a bit more logical, such as:


    You...
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    I don't quite follow what you mean, but I suspect...

    I don't quite follow what you mean, but I suspect the solution will probably be to do pattern matching with a Regex or two.
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    This sounds pretty dangerous, but if you want to...

    This sounds pretty dangerous, but if you want to do it, then give it a try.

    I suspect that it may vary between browsers - you are trying to mess with what is probably native code, so I doubt that...
  13. I assume that what you want is the top slider to...

    I assume that what you want is the top slider to be "coupled" to the top box, and the bottom one only to affect the bottom box?
    If so, the simplest starting point is to change the name of one or...
  14. I'm pretty sure that one of Google's data...

    I'm pretty sure that one of Google's data visualisation tools includes Org-charts. If not have a look at Rafael.
  15. Sounds like you need to put an onFocus handler...

    Sounds like you need to put an onFocus handler on the input element, and get it to toggle a flag that disables the scrolling.
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    Firstly, I would probably put an ID on each of...

    Firstly, I would probably put an ID on each of the PRE elements, then remove

    document.body.innerHTML
    and replace it with

    document.getElementById("whateverIDyouUsed")

    You have quite a bit...
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    Do you know what the URL is, or are you saying...

    Do you know what the URL is, or are you saying you need to read the URL via JS ?
  18. Do you see any JS errors in the console/inspector...

    Do you see any JS errors in the console/inspector of whatever browser you are using?
    Do all required components load, or is it perhaps that a required JS file isn't getting downloaded reliably?
    ...
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    What exactly do you mean by "enabling" CORS - it...

    What exactly do you mean by "enabling" CORS - it is more of a strategy than a protocol, in my experience.
  20. I may be wrong, but line 128 seems to be pulling...

    I may be wrong, but line 128 seems to be pulling that in through an AJAX call to your server...
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    Other I don't suppose that I am the only one that finds...

    I don't suppose that I am the only one that finds it a little difficult to read code that contains a foreign language (Dutch?)

    Could you give us an idea of which line you think is going wrong? Or...
  22. Are you able to set up a second, server-side...

    Are you able to set up a second, server-side script? (CGI or otherwise.)

    What exactly does the current CGI script do?

    The browser itself cannot send email, though you can get it to open a...
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    jQuery Yes, no problem. :)

    Yes, no problem. :)
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    Does this editor have a name? I suspect that a...

    Does this editor have a name?
    I suspect that a proper fix will require modification of either a rather complicated RegExp, or of a similarly complicated tokeniser, so I doubt that will be relevant.
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    Other Could you please explain what is going wrong...

    Could you please explain what is going wrong here? My first thought is that you probably can't get away with using the same function, ie for two different fields.
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