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    I'll also add that Firefox's Firebug, Opera's...

    I'll also add that Firefox's Firebug, Opera's Dragonfly, or Google Chrome's debugger (w/e it is called) are a MUST when debugging JS. MS IE's F12 tools ... let's just say I usually develop JS in a...
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    Any JS must all be available to the loaded page...

    Any JS must all be available to the loaded page in order for it to run in a browser.

    So, all code snippets must be in the page's source HTML itself, or, you can do it this way:

    <script...
  3. Probably a matter of browser security (and for...

    Probably a matter of browser security (and for good reasons IMHO).

    Perhaps reading here would help.
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    Well, first, I'd encourage you to keep working. ...

    Well, first, I'd encourage you to keep working.

    To show messages on the page, a general approach is to manipulate the DOM directly. For example, you might have an empty HTML element (div or p)...
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    Thanks, Dan. I've just done that...

    Thanks, Dan. I've just done that.
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    JQuery Autocomplete - multiple terms?

    DanInMA suggested I start a new thread ;)

    I've got a fine looking search box with a JQuery autocomplete that looks impressive at first glance.

    I'm trying to make it work for multiple terms ---...
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    Well, "minlength" is spelled incorrectly. I'm...

    Well, "minlength" is spelled incorrectly. I'm not JQuery-saavy enough to know if it actually *needs* that parameter or not, but it seems like it'd be worth fixing in order to know ;)

    Do you...
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    AJAX Um, yes, obviously he's using JQuery (if the $...

    Um, yes, obviously he's using JQuery (if the $ doesn't give it away, then this does):

    <script type="text/javascript" src="http://ajax.googleapis.com/ajax/libs/jquery/1.3.2/jquery.js"></script>
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    OK, thanks for the reply. I have a basic...

    OK, thanks for the reply. I have a basic autocomplete working using JQuery, but it doesn't work if I type more than one word; e.g. "agriculture" completes along just fine, but "agriculture in" and...
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    Yes. It will be an awfully long query, built in...

    Yes. It will be an awfully long query, built in stages, with a freakin' lot of "AND"s in it.
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    Ooh, good question. Too bad I've no good answer...

    Ooh, good question. Too bad I've no good answer :(
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    I'm sorry that I don't have a lot of information...

    I'm sorry that I don't have a lot of information specific to your issue, but I've got at least one recommendation, although it may be something you're already aware of.

    I've found that using the...
  13. Doesn't seem likely you can reverse a hover...

    Doesn't seem likely you can reverse a hover attribute only using CSS.

    You might look into naming the node in question, and using JS to change its class upon "onMouseout", I guess?
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    Does anyone remember the guy who was posting "I...

    Does anyone remember the guy who was posting "I need more diesel" from a datacenter in New Orleans after Hurricane Katrina? There's still the real possibility that your part of the cloud dissipates...
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    Well, I'm not gonna be as much help. In Chrome,...

    Well, I'm not gonna be as much help. In Chrome, the Oakland Dental example works and the Dynamic HTML site doesn't ... backwards, I guess?

    As for FF/Mac ... check that *everything* validates. It...
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    The only reason I could think of is that the...

    The only reason I could think of is that the variables aren't set to what you think they are, but I guess there could be some other explanation.

    Here:
    [567] Thu 06.Oct.2011 13:06:57...
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    Most of these attacks (in the wild) are...

    Most of these attacks (in the wild) are SQL-injections. Always sanitize your inputs. If you're running someone else's code, upgrade to the latest version. And complain to them rather loudly ;)
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    I'm not sure your $passvar variable is quite...

    I'm not sure your $passvar variable is quite right - perhaps this instead?
    $passvar = ("?JobCategory=".($_POST ['JobCategory'])."&Utility=".($_POST ['Utility']));Also, you don't route them anywhere...
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    Ooh, I might also suggest that people may...

    Ooh, I might also suggest that people may "cringe" less at your code if you wrap it in &#91;code&#93; or &#91;php&#93; tags ...
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    That is, pretty much, exactly what include()...

    That is, pretty much, exactly what include() does.
    I snuck the answer in a couple posts ago. You have a script (you call it a "routing file") which evaluates some conditions based on user...
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    if ($foo) { header("location:...

    if ($foo) {
    header("location: http://somewhere.com");
    }Just make sure you have no output before your header call.
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    Could you send them an .ics file instead?

    Could you send them an .ics file instead?
  23. If this is a shared server, it *looks* as if...

    If this is a shared server, it *looks* as if (from the directory structure) that you can't go above moo._my_username_ (which makes sense).

    Have you tried calling the desired script/resource with...
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    Yes, MSIE=Internet Exploder :D Using...

    Yes, MSIE=Internet Exploder :D

    Using "border-radius" you can make one element instead of three. Something like this (but I'd Google to make sure I got it exactly right):

    <div...
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    No problem!

    Yes, this is done frequently. Just include() a PHP file with the array defined in it - the array will be available in the global scope of any script in which it has been included.

    The "good idea"...
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