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  1. You could easily do this with a stylesheet (XSL)...

    You could easily do this with a stylesheet (XSL) and skip all the scripting. If you want to explore that, let me know.
  2. AJAX Have you thought of using XSD instead of script?...

    Have you thought of using XSD instead of script? If you're just taking data from XML and re-displaying it in a different format, XSD is perfect. You can even do some querying using XPATH and XQUERY....
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    AJAX Do us a favor. I'm not familiar with ASPAJAX, but...

    Do us a favor. I'm not familiar with ASPAJAX, but I can see what it's trying for. View the page in your web browser and then view source. Copy that, and paste it here. I might be able to tell you...
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    AJAX Perhaps validate the phone number onsubmit would...

    Perhaps validate the phone number onsubmit would work for you. Check out this thread from earlier today: http://www.webdeveloper.com/forum/showthread.php?t=210563&highlight=validate
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    Embedding a single sound file, beit mp3, wav, or...

    Embedding a single sound file, beit mp3, wav, or mid, is simple as you have already found. It's an altogether different thing to expect the HTML page to be "smart" enough to line up another song...
  6. AJAX No takers? There are some pretty smart cookies in...

    No takers? There are some pretty smart cookies in this forum... I've been reading your responses on other threads. C'mon, take a stab!
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    I use a function to help me build a cross-browser...

    I use a function to help me build a cross-browser xmlhttp connection. It's pretty flawless:


    /** XHConn - Simple XMLHTTP Interface - bfults@gmail.com - 2005-04-08 **
    ** Code licensed...
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    The username and password auto-populating is...

    The username and password auto-populating is probably just a function of the web browser (IE, Firefox, etc). I think browsers will only auto-populate fields if the url of the page being accessed is...
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    Try this for your XSL:

    Try this for your XSL:


    <?xml version="1.0" encoding="ISO-8859-1"?>
    <!-- Edited by XMLSpy&#174; -->
    <xsl:stylesheet version="1.0"
    xmlns:xsl="http://www.w3.org/1999/XSL/Transform">
    <xsl:template...
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    IPTools.com says that domain is pointing to name...

    IPTools.com says that domain is pointing to name servers starting with ns1.whitebearhosting.com (http://www.iptools.com/dnstools.php?tool=dns&user_data=whitebearhosting.com&type=NS)
    ...
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    It might help to break out the long line out into...

    It might help to break out the long line out into smaller lines to see where the object gets lost.

    Change:...
  12. For the sake of simplicity, I'll assume...

    For the sake of simplicity, I'll assume elements=divs. Do you want div1 to overlap div2? If so, you're going to have to find out the position and height of div2 in order to tell div1 it's new height....
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    Your first task is to find out the unicode for...

    Your first task is to find out the unicode for each key you want to trap for. Then you need to set up events to fire onkeypress (or something like that) and test if the unicode keys you chose are...
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    So are you pinned down to javascript or could you...

    So are you pinned down to javascript or could you use one of the server-side solutions out there?

    As for your solution, if you have got JS accessing your database on one page, it stands to reason...
  15. How's this?

    How's this?



    <a href='#' onclick='window.location=location.href+"a"'>link</a>
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    Post your code here and let me look at it.

    Post your code here and let me look at it.
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    Y_Less is right, but I thought I'd help out with...

    Y_Less is right, but I thought I'd help out with a few links. Keep in mind that many of these "modal box" type things require a javascript framework. I use JQuery mostly, but I've used lightbox...
  18. Try this:

    Try this:



    <form action="complited.php" method="post" onsubmit="validate();">
    <input type="text" name="test" id="test" />
    <span id='testVal'></span>
    <input type="text" name="test2"...
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    Next time, save yourself some time and post your...

    Next time, save yourself some time and post your code. You'll get a quicker answer since people won't be guessing so much. I'm glad this helped!
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    I've noticed the 'Operation Aborted' error in IE...

    I've noticed the 'Operation Aborted' error in IE when populating content on a page using AJAX, specifically before the DOM is ready. Are you using any AJAX? If so, be sure you're taking steps not to...
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    I still think I need to see the function code,...

    I still think I need to see the function code, but I'll take a stab a a solution to your original question:


    <a href="#" onClick="Richiesta('1');">link</a>

    I'm guessing your Richiesta()...
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    Can you provide a sample of the code that causes...

    Can you provide a sample of the code that causes the errors? Apostrophe's (like the one I just used) are certainly allowed in form fields. There might be something else going on that you haven't seen...
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    If I were you, I would skip the onsubmit in the...

    If I were you, I would skip the onsubmit in the form control and validate using the native validation controls. Can you do that or do you have a specific reason why you need to validate on your own?...
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    Do a google search for 'cross-browser css'. IE...

    Do a google search for 'cross-browser css'. IE renders CSS differently than -any- other browser, so you're likely going to have to work around and hack your way to a pretty page. Also, you're...
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    Can you post the Richiesta() function? It might...

    Can you post the Richiesta() function? It might help to know what it's looking for in the parameters.
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