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  1. rnd_me, Thanks. The profiler will be very...

    rnd_me,

    Thanks. The profiler will be very helpful.
    I was looking into stepping-through a javascript framework. More specifically, Sencha ExtJS code - which has over 40,000+ lines of code and...
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    I don't think negative z-index values will work. ...

    I don't think negative z-index values will work. You could try positive values instead for the z-index.
  3. Does anyone here use a Javascript Code Coverage tool for testing your code?

    I'm looking for a javascript code coverage tool that lists the lines of javascript code executed during a user session. I've found some, but requires a Windows machine.

    Ideally, the coverage...
  4. How to step through and debug javascript code without using breakpoints?

    Is it possible to step through and debug javascript code without setting any breakpoints? Basically, I have a need to know which javascript code is being executed on an eventhandler.

    There is a...
  5. jQuery perhaps you could try the .removeClass() and...

    perhaps you could try the .removeClass() and .addClass() instead?



    $(dom).removeClass("large");
    $(dom).addClass("large");
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    z-index should work. Have you tried looking...

    z-index should work.

    Have you tried looking into using jquery for this? there is a jQuery plugin that does this for you. it's called ui.blocker
  7. Thanks svidgen having a hard time trying to...

    Thanks svidgen

    having a hard time trying to find in the code where this function is being executed to get the return value.
  8. What does this javascript syntax do -> obj['name'](var1,var2)

    What does this line of code in javascript execute?


    return obj['name'](var1,var2);



    I understand
    obj['name'] = ""; is an associative array with a value. but what happens when there are...
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    If you only have one form in your webpage, you...

    If you only have one form in your webpage, you could try this:

    find this line of code:
    document.forms.name

    and replaced with:
    document.forms[0].name
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    you probably will need to add the property:...

    you probably will need to add the property:
    display: inline;

    into your css.

    I use this site as a reference every time i need to work with position divs,
    ...
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