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    You're not setting result to false. Also you...

    You're not setting result to false.

    Also you might find it easier to validate with some RegEx, then you can do it in one step and only show the user one alert, instead of one for each invalid...
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    Filters are only available in IE (4+). No other...

    Filters are only available in IE (4+). No other browsers support them.
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    FCK Editor (http://www.fckeditor.net/)? Though I...

    FCK Editor? Though I must admit I prefer TinyMCE.
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    While I'm not sure what the dojo implementation...

    While I'm not sure what the dojo implementation looks like, here's a quick one I hacked together (this type of thing is part of something called Aspect Oriented Programming, hence the name of the...
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    <td class="t_row" onmouseover="this.className='t_rowdark'" onmouseout="this.className='t_row'">...</td>

    Class is a reserved word, so it's className to change the CSS class.
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    Try this: SELECT DISTINCT d.doctitle,...

    Try this:

    SELECT DISTINCT d.doctitle, r.itemid
    FROM (file_doctransact dt INNER JOIN file_doc d ON dt.docID = d.docID) LEFT OUTER JOIN file_readdata r ON dt.docID = r.docID
    WHERE dt.transactID =...
  7. Using temp() calls the function. To assign the...

    Using temp() calls the function. To assign the function lose the parentheses. Also, event handlers should be specified in lower case.


    select1.onchange=temp;
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    Put it on your url query string: var...

    Put it on your url query string:


    var url="/scripts/syn_list.php?word=" + document.forms['myForm'].word.value ;
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    SELECT (sales2006 + sales2007) AS salesTotal...

    SELECT (sales2006 + sales2007) AS salesTotal FROM...
  10. In all browsers, bar Opera, as far I as I am...

    In all browsers, bar Opera, as far I as I am aware, JavaScript runs on the UI thread. This means that changes to the DOM will only take effect when the script stops executing. In Opera, DOM changes...
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    Opened how? What exactly do you mean?

    Opened how? What exactly do you mean?
  12. That won't work. In the first instance you are...

    That won't work. In the first instance you are creating a DOM Element and applying some attributes. In the second instance you are creating a JavaScript Object instance. The two are far from...
  13. Cursor.Current = Cursors.WaitCursor when you...

    Cursor.Current = Cursors.WaitCursor when you start and
    Cursor.Current = Cursors.Default when you're done.
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    Let's say you have

    Let's say you have

    <input id='printItButton' type='button' onclick='printIt()' value='Print' />
    then


    function printIt() {
    document.getElementById("printItButton").style.display = "none";...
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    This is really more of an ASP question, but what...

    This is really more of an ASP question, but what the hell. If I remember ASP correctly:


    <%=Server.UrlEncode(Request("q")) %>

    will sort you out.
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    Okay, which is what I was getting at in my...

    Okay, which is what I was getting at in my previous post. So we're talking signed ints, let's say the common 32-bit, which can store numbers in the range from 2,147,483,648 to 2,147,483,647. Now...
  17. Let's say the your 2 fields are called text1 and...

    Let's say the your 2 fields are called text1 and text2, then the html is:


    <input type='text' name='text1' id='text1' onblur='setText()' />
    <input type='text' name='text2' id='text2'...
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    That's actually what I meant, defined last in the...

    That's actually what I meant, defined last in the style sheet, not added last to the class name.
  19. My bad. It must have been an early morning reply:...

    My bad. It must have been an early morning reply: the coffee hadn't kicked in yet.

    Holy ****! Did you do the head removal on those pics? It's excellently done.
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    Fang, can you tell me which browsers don't...

    Fang, can you tell me which browsers don't support img.onload? I know IE6, IE7, Opera 9, Safari 3 Beta and FF2 (XP and Vista) definitely do. Is it only older browsers that don't or are there main...
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    You could perhaps interpret the problem as being...

    You could perhaps interpret the problem as being the sum of all integers that can be represented by a 8-bit, 16-bit or 32-bit int (signed or unsigned).
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    Or simply pass this

    Or simply pass this


    <input name="cb_0" type="checkbox" value="doIt" onClick="addto(this,'1')">
    <input name="cb_1" type="checkbox" value="doIt" onClick="addto(this,'1')">
  23. var field = quiz["movie" + nmbr];

    var field = quiz["movie" + nmbr];
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    The sum of all integer numbers that are not the...

    The sum of all integer numbers that are not the number? All? I'm no mathematician, but I think it can be shown that the answer would be the negative of the number (if you selected 5 the answer would...
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    Don't change the class name on mouse over, simply...

    Don't change the class name on mouse over, simply add to it. So you might have CSS classes .oddRow, .evenRow & .hiliteRow and when you mouse over you add hiliteRow to the class name (so the row has 2...
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