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I see a couple things here.
Try putting quotes around the User ID: WHERE volid=' $_POST["user"] '");
unless the User Id is numerical.
Aren't your userids unique? If so you don't...
it should return the selectedindex of the select list
With this you can get the value selected.
Here is a link to a simple photo gallery.
You can copy the XML and the Parser.
It is a very simple example but can be used to understand how Galleries work....
Looks to me like as long as the additional fields are withing the opening and closing Form tags it shouldn't be a problem.
Unless you also want to verify the contents of these form fields.
when an item in the list is clicked call a function to determine which item has been clicked and take the appropriate action.
<select id="list" name="list"...
If all you want to do is put the form on your webpage then open the page as is and view the source and copy the form. Then past it into your webpage and remove the iframe.
Are the pages open at the same time?
Or you could pass the selected items...
Not sure what you're trying to do but yes you can load multiple pages into iframes on the same webpage.
Be careful about this though as the load time can be tricky and depending on...
My opinion is that you are going to need a developer to do this for you and the developer will need a lot more information before you will get a good bid.
As for cost I really...
I took a look at the source of the Login page and 1 of the others.
Your Login page doesn't have the "mainNav" div defined so that tells me that this page is not using the css in the same...
I don't really know where the underlying data is coming from.
It sounds to me like you want the select list on the parent window so that is probably the only location of the data.
Try changing the function to this:
features='screenX=320,screenY=60,left=320,top=30,resizable,height=' + h + ',width=600,scrollbars';
OK, I have a function for you.
I'm not sure exactly where you want to put the options in the select list so I just put them into a variable named listdata and separated each option with a...
I must say that I wish that I had you as a student in my class when I was teaching at the University. You could have straightened me out when I was teaching my students total fallacies. I...
I changed a few things.
Instead of using getElementById it is much easier to pass the name of the form and use the element name instead.
I got rid of the IF statements and used instead the...
ASP is what is used for server side processing.
In other words they perform 2 entirely different...
I would need more information in order to help you. But generally it is not to difficult to access something in the parent from a child window.
If you could include some of the html/css code...
The function you displayed is setting parameters and submitting a form named "mainform".
document.mainform.act.value = "search";...
Sure it's done all the time.
Something like this:
First of all I wouldn't have disagreed with Charles unless I checked it out first.
Second I am accustomed to dealing with professionals on Forums not arrogant people who feel they...
I just sent a message to you via your contact form on your site.
I have a few suggestions for you which you may find helpful if you really want to turn your site into one which may begin...
OK, I went you your site and actually I think it is kind of cool and the ideas you present are really interesting. Kind of like the stuff I used to do when I was a kid.
I have never seen...
I'm not sure what's going on but I just clicked on your main link and it was OK. But when I click on this:
I get the warning.
My opinion it...
Now that I see what your pages are about I'm not sure if I should help you.
When I clicked on your link my browser gave me a security warning and I didn't override it so I didn't see your page.
I copied your first example and modified it slightly as follows:
features='screenX=320,screenY=60,left=320,top=30,resizable,height=' + h + ',width=600,scrollbars';...