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  1. Do you see any JS errors in the console/inspector...

    Do you see any JS errors in the console/inspector of whatever browser you are using?
    Do all required components load, or is it perhaps that a required JS file isn't getting downloaded reliably?
    ...
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    What exactly do you mean by "enabling" CORS - it...

    What exactly do you mean by "enabling" CORS - it is more of a strategy than a protocol, in my experience.
  3. I may be wrong, but line 128 seems to be pulling...

    I may be wrong, but line 128 seems to be pulling that in through an AJAX call to your server...
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    Other I don't suppose that I am the only one that finds...

    I don't suppose that I am the only one that finds it a little difficult to read code that contains a foreign language (Dutch?)

    Could you give us an idea of which line you think is going wrong? Or...
  5. Are you able to set up a second, server-side...

    Are you able to set up a second, server-side script? (CGI or otherwise.)

    What exactly does the current CGI script do?

    The browser itself cannot send email, though you can get it to open a...
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    jQuery Yes, no problem. :)

    Yes, no problem. :)
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    Does this editor have a name? I suspect that a...

    Does this editor have a name?
    I suspect that a proper fix will require modification of either a rather complicated RegExp, or of a similarly complicated tokeniser, so I doubt that will be relevant.
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    Other Could you please explain what is going wrong...

    Could you please explain what is going wrong here? My first thought is that you probably can't get away with using the same function, ie for two different fields.
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    What do you mean by "showing up properly" ? ...

    What do you mean by "showing up properly" ?

    Does the image not appear in the correct place, or what?
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    Personally, I wouldn't be introducing code that...

    Personally, I wouldn't be introducing code that was written for Netscape 4 and IE4 any more. Bound to be able to find modern code doing similar job.
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    What validation do you need? Minimum number of...

    What validation do you need? Minimum number of characters, specific words/phrases, or just "not empty" ?
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    Instead of having three iframes, have just one,...

    Instead of having three iframes, have just one, but give it an ID:


    <div id="test_1"><iframe id="vidFrame" width="420" height="315" src="http://www.youtube.com/embed/NK0U5lOP_-k" frameborder="0"...
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    Rather than showing/hiding the iframes, why not...

    Rather than showing/hiding the iframes, why not try having a single iframe, and dynamically setting the
    SRC of the iframe (just like old-fashioned image replacement)?
  14. So, what validation do you need?

    So, what validation do you need?
  15. I think we need a little more detail on what...

    I think we need a little more detail on what happens - do the variable have the wrong values or what?

    (Make sure that you put a semi-colon after that alert line...)
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    Ideally, you should look at running an XSLT...

    Ideally, you should look at running an XSLT script on your server, but that will not be possible for everyone, so next thought is to read you file in with AJAX
  17. This should be pretty easy - either add a style...

    This should be pretty easy - either add a
    style atribute to your div with the required z-index, or add a
    className to your div and set the z-index in your CSS.
  18. I'm not convinced that your 'list' variable is in...

    I'm not convinced that your 'list' variable is in the same scope when you try to add to it, as when you try to read it - try Alert()ing that and check that it isn't a local/shadow variable.
  19. You say that this does not work properly - can...

    You say that this does not work properly - can you elaborate on what does and doesn't happen, and what you expect it to do?
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    Might get a better response if you post this in a...

    Might get a better response if you post this in a server-side and/or PHP forum.
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    Have a look at that final return value, and tell...

    Have a look at that final return value, and tell me if that is exactly what you have in your live code - in other words is that typo from the original, or just from copying into here?
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    Sticky: Why is this still a sticky?

    Why is this still a sticky?
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    First of all, _everything_ in JavaScript is an...

    First of all, _everything_ in JavaScript is an object, and pretty much any variable can be used without declaring it first. Generally speaking, the impact of using new to call a constructor as...
  24. jQuery Firstly, try hard not to use pop-up windows for...

    Firstly, try hard not to use pop-up windows for any reason - users hate them, and then your problem of how/when to close them goes away!

    Secondly, many people will have their browsers configured...
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    Are you trying to do this with JavaScript or with...

    Are you trying to do this with JavaScript or with PHP ?
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