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  1. after you create a new window with open...

    after you create a new window with open method and store the returned reference you can begin displaying the information using the stored reference. isn't quite a good solution but you can 'write' to...
  2. Thread: Function

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    that's correct. the second argument tell at what...

    that's correct. the second argument tell at what position will stop extracting, but the char in that position will not be returned. for instance:


    'car'.substring(0,2);
    // in blue what is...
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    @hcvitto: for further detail. you might wonder...

    @hcvitto:
    for further detail. you might wonder why the method doesn't work on msie. the reason is that the implementation of this method, and other more, are buggy. the method expect the attribute...
  4. @beth0902: first, important detail! next time...

    @beth0902:
    first, important detail! next time you paste code, and specially when it is long, enclose them in BBCode tag
    .... is more easier to read code in proper display because it use monospaced...
  5. Thread: Function

    by ZeroKilled
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    Synopsis: string.substring(from, to)

    Synopsis:
    string.substring(from, to)
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    if the function were substring(0,1), then the...

    if the function were substring(0,1), then the line always would return the first character in the string Ref. first argument is the position where to start extracting in the string and the second...
  7. Thread: Function

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    substring...

    substring
    it will extract a single char from the string in variable Ref. in that line is where the char shifting take place.
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    can you give a live link where i can check how is...

    can you give a live link where i can check how is working?
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    first, remove every onmouseout event from AREA...

    first, remove every onmouseout event from AREA elements. second, replace every onmouseover to onclick. finally, set an onclick event with handler hideIt to the image element. without testing it i...
  10. @Kor: hey Kor! isn't that i want to belie what...

    @Kor:
    hey Kor! isn't that i want to belie what you stated about removeAttribute on MSIE "...and removeAttribute() resets the style to the default values." tried something very quick on msie7 and the...
  11. you have located where is the problem! whichever...

    you have located where is the problem! whichever script come second will overwrite the handler registered on event onload by the first script. to solve it, you can use a somewhat more advanced model...
  12. sorry, this will be more a guidance than an...

    sorry, this will be more a guidance than an actual solution. i'm not familiar with frameworks but having one (probably mootools have all the tools you need) will make the task more easier for you. it...
  13. apart that the box look very small, what is so...

    apart that the box look very small, what is so wrong about the TEXTAREA? if that's your concern, then remove the style height and assign rows attribute with value 4.
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    not sure if you meant your post number 5...

    not sure if you meant your post number 5. in all case i did my response because the OP stated that the tool doesn't helped very much. had not tried your link nor the program that my post specify.
  15. what you find inside the slash pairs (/content...

    what you find inside the slash pairs (/content here/) is a literal regular expression. the square brackets are part of the syntax in regular expression to create classes. a class is a way to...
  16. here is a modification to jmrker's code that...

    here is a modification to jmrker's code that hopefully will let you understand how the sorting work. it create a 3 chars string after random ordering the alphabet and use those "words" as the basis...
  17. i guess you got it wrong. jmrker intention was to...

    i guess you got it wrong. jmrker intention was to demonstrate that using the alphabet as string in random order you get the alphabet ordered without considering the capitalization. in fact, the only...
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    try the following regular expression. the problem...

    try the following regular expression. the problem was greedy quantifier.

    /<\?(.|\n|\r)+?\?>/
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    interesting! i always thought that array.indexOf...

    interesting! i always thought that array.indexOf was an extension from mozilla but the article claim that it is an extension from the ECMAScript-262. however, isn't yet supported on msie, at least on...
  20. not sure, but try this: function formCheck()...

    not sure, but try this:


    function formCheck() {
    var i;
    errors='';
    a=formCheck.arguments;
    for (i=0; i<(a.length-1); i+=2) {
    test=a[i+1];
    val=findObject(a[i]);
  21. strictly speaking javascript doesn't handle HTTP,...

    strictly speaking javascript doesn't handle HTTP, either response or request. that is, javascript doesn't work directly with headers as PHP (or any other server side laguage) would do. however, you...
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    probably the browser was reading the document...

    probably the browser was reading the document from the cache and at that time the copy in cache was the previous version. whenever you do any change to a document, always try clearing cache before...
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    the type of button is wrong. it should be of type...

    the type of button is wrong. it should be of type submit.
  24. i assume that formcheck.js file contain the code...

    i assume that formcheck.js file contain the code for checking the form. however, for some reason the browser isn't loading the file formcheck.js, the file is returning me 404 not file found. make...
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    is hard to tell. maybe one of the operand isn't...

    is hard to tell. maybe one of the operand isn't the type of value expected. make sure that oDiv is an element, that such element have inline style top and variable left is defined.
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