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Listen to the keypress on the window.
What version of IE here? There are 4 versions now being used.
Are you setting proper content length headers?
Have you used a tool such as fiddler to see what is being returned and sent?
Is that a file input? You can not submit files with an Ajax call.
var req = createInstance();
var cat_id = frm.delcatid.value;
"old sez my cousin"
I would learn how to speak English and I would not listen to your cousin.
1) What HTML codes?
2) No you can not change the appearance of alerts and confirms.
var cat_id = document.delcatform.delcatid.value;
what does that say?
Man, all of your questions sounds like homework...
last solution is wrong. The += does not belong
You really are over thinking it
alert(foo + bar);
guessing there is more to the story than just that. What is your real issue.
<font face="Verdana, Arial, Helvetica, sans-serif" size=3>
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Nice article on it: http://clagnut.com/blog/348/
Something like this:
var hasConnectionBeenLost = false;
(function ( img, wait, notify )
var iObj = new Image();
location.reload( true );
The true says do not use the cache version, fetch it from the server. If the internet is down, than how will it get that file?
Why the full page refresh?
Just ping the server with a timer until the connection is restored. Than continue with your code.
You are making an asynchronous call, but you are acting like it is sychronous.
You need to do any action with the file after you recieve it. So you need to move the logic into the...
getElementsByClassName is not supported in all browsers.
window.opener.location.reload( true );