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Angry Black Man
function two() // private to one
what errors are you getting? assuming you get "xxx is not a property or method" or something similar, try iterating through all the properties of the object to find out what IE thinks ARE properties...
it's "suit". it's analogous to playing cards.
how could you ever hope to solve the problem if you don't have access to the source code?? server side or client side??
anyway, as mentioned...
this is not making any sense. i don't use chrome, but there is no specification that i'm aware of that makes "calling one domain in a new frame from a different domain" illegal.
how did you...
you'll notice that when you press back, you haven't told...
why do they have to resubmit the form? what prevents them from bypassing it?
what errors are you seeing in your browser's error log?
but yea, this same thing can be done with "window.write" and innerHTML.
here's the AJAX tutorial:
the idea here would be...
background images cannot be stretched unelss you use CSS3. CSS3 hasn't been ratified yet, so you may or may not get the desired result across all browsers (especially older browser...
here's an example for you:
<div id="someDiv"><table border=1><tr><td>this is the...
this is mostly true. you can do something like:
interesting read. he didn't actually use AJAX to preload any type of image though, so why did he include that as a method?
Not in any way shocked by this response. Learning is the enemy of ignorance.
what errors are you getting? what browser are you testing with?
this is a man after my own heart!
i'm confused by what you mean by your use of the word "variable" and not at all familiar with what you mean by "google cpc".
document.write is only useful if the page hasn't finished loading. this typically is not the solution people can or mean to properly implement.
AJAX is great for retrieving information from...
the "output on the screen" is done in HTML.
HTML doesn't recognize "\n" to mean anything except that litteral character sequence.
you'd have to use HTML to create breaks "on the screen".
grey, you really should stop fighting the learning opportunity you've been given here!
I'm enjoying your need to try and denigrate me. It is expected, however. Also, judging purely by the length of your reply and the code you posted, it would appear that you've confused wisdom with...
i agree. this, as opposed to solving the problem for them. it's best to ask direct questions than to assume as you did, i say.
your wisdom is on par with your age, my friend. you've surprised no...
You should think about it a little longer and allow the wisdom of what i said to permeate your thinking. Generally speaking, those who are very young tend to take minor correction as a massive...