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Well, it's been a couple of days and I haven't learned not to use <font> and <center> tags .... but I have learned how to make the background page wahsed out.
So, for those who have...
Thank you for your response and advice. Hopefully, someone else will reply with some assistance rather than a critique of my coding practices.
I'm trying to put a modal window on my webpage. I found a script on the net and it works just fine, except that when the window displays, the background page is not "washed out". I think it has to...
Many thanks. It works great. One thing, I adjusted the top and left values so my graphic would fall in the middle of the window.
Right now I've got a terrible sinus condition so my brain probably isn't functioning properly. I'm hoping someone will take pity on me and help me out.
I've got a simple HTML page used to specify...
I have a form. When the submit button is clicked, I want a message to fade-in in a pop-up, wait for a pre-determined amount of time, and then fade out.
I found the following code:
I appreciate the comment, but that doesn't seem to be part of my problem.
I'm trying to use Form Dependency. If I put the dependent items in a single column table as follows, it works fine:
Thanks for the suggestion. As it turns out, I solved the problem by puting the call to the servicesmenu() routine in a <div> and using a slightly modified version of showhide.js
I have 2 menus, defined in .js files. If I invoke the files in the body of the main page (i.e.
<script src=mainmenu.js></script><br><script src=servicesmenu.js></script>
they display fine,...
Now that's what I'm talking about:cool: It works great!:D Thanks.
Kor - The senario you described doesn't happen. I do use onsubmit, but do an entirely different set of validations at that point.
Auchi - I had tried onchange. That has the same effect (problem)...
Nope, that's not it. Same problem.
I have a form. When each text field is left (onblurr), I validate the contents and if its not acceptable, I clear the field and set the cursor to the start of that field. Here's the code:
That's what the routine I'm using does. The only difference is that if the submission is "deemed" undesirable, it is sent to a special mailbox so I can visually check it to make sure it...
I maintain a website for a state-wide collectors club. Recently, I've been having a running battle with spammers sending garbage membership forms to our website. I noticed that they had one thing in...
I'm using a couple of different slide show scripts. Both use arrays to define the graphics to be displayed. The problem is that I have a large graphics library and I'd like to put the graphics for...
I added the parent qualifier and it worked perfectly. Many many thanks.
Yea, I know, that's why I wanted to have the call executed within the dropdown menu script. Since I only have a few external links, I'll have to settle for placing the call in my own target pages.
No error, the stopSpeech function just doesn't get executed.
Thanks for the reply. Tried the function with the onload parameter ... no go.
Any other thoughts?
How does this get invoked? With the Onload parameter in the body tag or will it invoke automatically when the link is clicked and the new window opened?
The window is opened by the viewer clicking on a link that has a "target=_blank" property. When the window opens, I need to call a function located in the Intro frame of the main window.
Thanks guys. The script is back to working ... sort of. That is, the dropdown menus are working, but the function call to stopSpeech isn't happening. I'm thinking that I need to put it in the...
Don't know if this is off topic or not, but I thought I'd post it and see if someone can help.
I'm using a dropdown menu script (I don't recall where I got it, I've had it for a while) which works...