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    idk, it works fine for me... but the "classic"...

    idk, it works fine for me... but the "classic" code is the one zwacks pointed out:
  2. well I guess I'll go with adding the function...

    well I guess I'll go with adding the function each time I create an image...
    much easier and well just works better
  3. sigh.. off course I know how to set an event for...

    sigh.. off course I know how to set an event for one specific element, but I want to set the same event for ALL the elements of the same type (images) that are currently on the page and that are...
  4. Setting event function for all elements of the same type?

    For example, set onmouseclick event function of all images on a page to do the same thing. I want it to be the "default" function, that it applies to all images I create later on with JS.

    Look at...
  5. Thread: onmouseover

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    All IEs should be dead...

    All IEs should be dead...
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    does the JavaScript one work in IE6 tho? lol I...

    does the JavaScript one work in IE6 tho?
    lol I wonder how many GB's of code would be saved if IE didn't exist...
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    Windows 7 boots pretty fast, I mean compared to...

    Windows 7 boots pretty fast, I mean compared to vista...nice tweak tho, for people that have a multi-processor cpu. One can also disable the startup items that are not needed
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    I think you have some instance of gmail open,...

    I think you have some instance of gmail open, like a mail reader or something. Also, I wouldn't be surprised it was a virus sending spam email thru gmail lol but who knows.
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    The easiest way to do this is by having...

    The easiest way to do this is by having index.html pages and directories. For example you want a page called coolStuff.html. Create a directory called coolStuff and place your file inside, call it...
  10. Well, for safety reasons what I would do is set a...

    Well, for safety reasons what I would do is set a PHP that sends an email and point PayPal to it (tell PayPal to go to that page when the user finishes the purchase). But I guess that's not simple to...
  11. Thread: Text field

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    Try using this, if you just use the onclick...

    Try using this, if you just use the onclick JavaScript event your data wont be sent to the new webpage.

    <form name="test" action="http:/second.site.com" method="get">
    <input type="text"...
  12. Thread: learning HTML

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    W3schools is a pretty good site, I recommend it...

    W3schools is a pretty good site, I recommend it for you.

    W3 HTML Tutorials:
    http://www.w3schools.com/html/default.asp
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    Definitively, Google is pretty powerful and wont...

    Definitively, Google is pretty powerful and wont let Microsoft win the battle. I personally use Google over any other search engine. In my point of view, Google already won the fight.
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    Put this code on the head section of your page...

    Put this code on the head section of your page and the viewers will always get the latest version of your webpage:

    <META HTTP-EQUIV="CACHE-CONTROL" CONTENT="NO-CACHE">
    <META HTTP-EQUIV="EXPIRES"...
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    lol it's ok, I kno I'm kind of getting out of...

    lol it's ok, I kno I'm kind of getting out of topic but what I usually do is:

    $myVar = '<div id="example" random="test">';
  16. Thread: Cursor

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    I don't really have much experience with CSS...

    I don't really have much experience with CSS cursors, but I know IE doesn't support cursors other than .cur files, also you have to put quotes around the file path/name. Other than that, I have no...
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    why are you escaping the values(\"example\")?...

    why are you escaping the values(\"example\")? good thinking tho.
    lol I've never really used any audio on a webpage but it's good to learn!
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    what was happening was that it was executing...

    what was happening was that it was executing ShowTree(k), k being undefined lol so now it is executing ShowTree(75)

    Your welcome!
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    the problem is that you are converting the...

    the problem is that you are converting the character to a string and then checking if it is 75. Do this:

    setTimeout('ShowTree('+code+');',100);
    you can also delete the line that defines the...
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    I don't know for sure but I would say it is the...

    I don't know for sure but I would say it is the m_FadeOut variable. Just try to play around with that bunch of variables, one at a time, and figure out which ones change what.
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    "K" is undefined?? hmm...are you sure the error...

    "K" is undefined?? hmm...are you sure the error isn't in other part of your code??
  22. Thread: onmouseover

    by jcoc611
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    Good job! I wonder which one is more...

    Good job!

    I wonder which one is more lightweight...or more cross-compatible...probably the CSS one?
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    FOR loop, (var in array)

    I wonder why people don't use the (var in array) thing with the for loop...is there a reason for not using it??

    For example:


    var cool=["I","am","pretty","lazy"]
    //A normal for loop:...
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    function ShowTree should be this: function...

    function ShowTree should be this:


    function ShowTree(character){
    if (character == 75){
    alert(" hi ");
    }
    }

    the variable character is treated just the way you did in the past, not wrapped in...
  25. Thread: DOM Ready

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    That's exactly why it's too simple, the less...

    That's exactly why it's too simple, the less code, the faster it loads. Besides, try testing it in any browser, I'm really eager to find one that doesn't work (so I can fix it).


    Whoops! I forgot...
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