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  1. There are different possibilities. One easy way...

    There are different possibilities. One easy way could look this:



    <div id="sourceSelectWrapper">
    <select name="foo">
    <option value="bar">bar</optioN>
    </select>
    </div>
  2. Thread: Newsfader

    by TinKim
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    There should be numerous examples for jquery,...

    There should be numerous examples for jquery, mootools and co. You should easily find something for free using google.
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    Please edit your last post and use the...

    Please edit your last post and use the CODE-Wrappers of this forum.
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    This is a _very_ dangerous example. The var i...

    This is a _very_ dangerous example. The var i used in the for-loop is a global. If count() is called within a for-loop with var i itself, the inner usage of i will overwrite the "outer i". You should...
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    The first code-block is html. The second one...

    The first code-block is html. The second one shows javascript.


    <body>
    (...)
    <input type="text" name="myInput" id="myInput" value="my initial text" />
    (...)
    <script type="text/javascript">...
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    <input type="text" name="myInput" id="myInput" value="my initial text" />




    var EMPTY = "",

    handle = document.getElementById("myInput"),
    initialText = handle.value,
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    I am confused with the word "textbox". Do you...

    I am confused with the word "textbox".
    Do you mean an <input type="text" ... /> or a <textarea>?
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    my link ...

    <a id="mylink" href="#">my link</a>




    document.getElementById("mylink").onclick = function()
    {
    openYourPopup("foo", "bar");
    document.location.href = "somewhere.html";
    };
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    Put the beside your s and the...

    Put the <span> beside your <input>s and the document.getElementById... below the alerts.
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    Hello and welcome. First of all, you should...

    Hello and welcome.

    First of all, you should use the code-tags of this forum, this will help others to help you :)

    You can place an empty <span> with an id beside the form fields, for example:
    ...
  11. Javascript Guru Douglas Crockford says, you...

    Javascript Guru Douglas Crockford says, you should prefer the dot-notation. The other notation requires a little more work on the js-engines as there is always a new string to handle with...
  12. Interesting problem. I think, this is feature of...

    Interesting problem. I think, this is feature of Firefox to prevent your browsing-history being spammed with advertising content addresses. But this is only a guess.

    Greetings from Germany,
    Kim
    ...
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    Fetch the -element (e.g. with...

    Fetch the <body>-element (e.g. with document.getElementById()), or better to a deeper encapsulating element, and then go recursive through any child of the dom that fits to your choice and look out...
  14. Thread: Error in IE

    by TinKim
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    The standard error messages of the ie are really...

    The standard error messages of the ie are really bad. Do you know the development tools of the IE8? There you have a debugger that is very similar to Firebug and can be used for IE7 purposes as well,...
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    The warning says that there it is not an array...

    The warning says that there it is not an array that you are trying to walk through with foreach. You should ensure that you have the right datatype being used in your vars or the superglobals.

    In...
  16. Thread: div on top

    by TinKim
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    var myDiv = document.getElementById("myDiv");...

    var myDiv = document.getElementById("myDiv");
    myDiv.onclick = function()
    {
    myDiv.style.zIndex = aHighIntegerValue;
    }
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    mootools is a fine, lightweight javascript...

    mootools is a fine, lightweight javascript framework, but it is quite bad to use with other frameworks. imho you should bet on a bigger fw that covers all your needs. unfortunately it is a downside...
  18. Take a look at YUI, the YAHOO User Interface. It...

    Take a look at YUI, the YAHOO User Interface. It has several datamanagement components and a comfortable, but simple to learn AJAX-component. You will find everything you need there.

    --...
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    Does not sound quite legal what you are heading...

    Does not sound quite legal what you are heading for.
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    Use swfobject, it's the standard. --...

    Use swfobject, it's the standard.

    --
    www.youngvisions.net
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    Google for "swfObject". For videos there is a...

    Google for "swfObject". For videos there is a really good component by Jerome Wijering called "JW Player".
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