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  1. I think I may just do the following which will be...

    I think I may just do the following which will be a little confusing but not hard.

    Our target audience is pretty good about not cheating and this quizzing does not impact their job and is offered...
  2. A secret way to build the array? Now you have...

    A secret way to build the array? Now you have aroused my curiosity! This could be handy if it doesn't confuse me as how to assign those right answers!

    wow, I just searched JavaScript obfuscation...
  3. That would be great! And what a neat JavaScript...

    That would be great! And what a neat JavaScript trick you did for the images! =)

    I gave up drinking two years ago, the only thing I miss is the ritual of having a vodka martini on a Friday evening...
  4. lol on the "burn in hell!" =D

    lol on the "burn in hell!" =D
  5. You are a master Plumber! That worked wonderfully...

    You are a master Plumber! That worked wonderfully on Safari as well as on the iPad! Fantastic!

    You made my week! As geeky as this may sound, I am going to spend the rest of the afternoon studying...
  6. lol, in my book plumbers are experts and make a...

    lol, in my book plumbers are experts and make a nice living!

    You have been generous with your time and I appreciate it. This function is very close to working and I believe the "parse" is causing...
  7. Ah, that is why you are an expert! It is amazing...

    Ah, that is why you are an expert! It is amazing how someone, like yourself, gets to the point where they can quickly assess the issue from so many parts of code. My original post was huge and any...
  8. Thanks on the Opera console tip! I used the debug...

    Thanks on the Opera console tip! I used the debug in Safari and get this error

    ReferenceError: Can't find variable: parse
  9. Nice on reading all the variables in alerts,...

    Nice on reading all the variables in alerts, that's helpful. Thanks!

    And moving up that variable worked fine in the three working browsers. I updated the code as you have it but still no luck in...
  10. I have rewritten the part you suggested and have...

    I have rewritten the part you suggested and have it working but same result - works on IE9, FF, and Chrome but not Safari


    var elems=document.forms['result'].elements;
    elems[0].value =...
  11. When I do: var results =...

    When I do:


    var results = document.cookie.split(";");
    alert(results);

    I get an alert listing the questions I did get wrong! So that means it's simply not populating the info box but that...
  12. Thanks Padonak, your tip on using alerts has...

    Thanks Padonak, your tip on using alerts has helped me. I have only being doing JavaScript for a week and a half and your suggestion of creating a "elems" variable is beyond me at the moment, but I...
  13. hello Padonak and thank you. I rewrote some of it...

    hello Padonak and thank you. I rewrote some of it in the last hour and believe I have the loops properly closed but it still shows no results in Safari yet works in I9, FF, and Chrome (lol, I have...
  14. I think I have narrowed it down to the script in...

    I think I have narrowed it down to the script in the results page. JSLint helped me format it more properly but still no go.

    For some reason it's not working in Safari. I would say the other...
  15. ooh, just discovered JSLint.com for validating JS...

    ooh, just discovered JSLint.com for validating JS . . . let's see if this helps and I'm still open to suggestions! thanks!

    To clarify a bit, most of the code is working because in Safari the...
  16. JavaScript Quiz works in IE, FF, Chrome but not Safari

    xelawho helped me learn more about JavaScript syntax for an online quiz i have and the quiz is almost there except for it's target audience on the iPad. It's using code from JavaScriptKit (from 2003)...
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    thanks xelawho! i figured it "should" have...

    thanks xelawho! i figured it "should" have closing brackets but since it works as it is, it was confusing.

    This code is for a multiple choice quiz where the answers are in an array in the...
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    proper line termination syntax

    I am new to JavaScript and am copying and pasting scripts and have one that works in IE9, FF, Chrome, but not Safari. The code initially wasn't working in Chrome but cleaning up this and that (like...
  19. Wow! Very eloquently done and I would have never...

    Wow! Very eloquently done and I would have never figured out the indexing part of it! I see you created a variable and it makes sense when I read your code, understanding it is another matter!
    ...
  20. total JS n00b - how to writing & referencing variables

    I am new to JS and would like to know how to rewrite the code below to allow for more than one link.This uses the JQuery Reveal by Zurb and works great for one link to pop a modal window containing a...
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