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  1. Try this... Head:

    Try this...

    Head:



    <script type="text/javascript">
    <!--
    var code_1 = "<p></p>";
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    I understand that you wish to use a custom audio...

    I understand that you wish to use a custom audio player, but in this case I would take my loss and use the embed element to display the default audio player. I think the player that will be used by...
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    I think both approaches will work. The only...

    I think both approaches will work. The only difference is that my approach requires people to have Javascript turned on, while you're way doesn't. So in a way you're approach is a little bit better...
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    Tirna what you suggest might work, but I think...

    Tirna what you suggest might work, but I think the way I did it is much less complicated and does the same thing. Unless there is something that's not quite the way it should be i'm always open for...
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    Ah yes now I see, sorry it's a bit late here and...

    Ah yes now I see, sorry it's a bit late here and I thought you wanted to post the forms to the same page, which would have been quite inefficient. I think your problem can be solved using Javascript...
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    Hi there, I think your looking for something like...

    Hi there, I think your looking for something like this:

    head:


    <script type="text/javascript">
    <!--
    function showImg(id)
    {
    id.getElementsByTagName("img")[0].style.display = "inline";
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    What on earth are you trying to accomplish? No...

    What on earth are you trying to accomplish? No offense, but I don't see why you would want to use two separate forms with the same target (action="") to parse identical values for. Could you please...
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    Maybe you could try to use the embed element. ...

    Maybe you could try to use the embed element.


    <embed src="H:\movies\movie.avi"></embed>

    Don't know if this works, but it's always worth trying. Also, the src you're currently using probably...
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    I have used hidden tables to mimic the feeling of...

    I have used hidden tables to mimic the feeling of multiple pages, while in fact the user remains on the same page. The tables all exist within one form element and as such all input values are parsed...
  10. Hello, position absolute is relative to the last...

    Hello, position absolute is relative to the last element that used a position relative or position absolute attribute. In other words, to make your image move to the desired position you will have to...
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    I'm currently working on it but am facing a...

    I'm currently working on it but am facing a serious problem here. I can't get it to check <a href=""></a> but it can check <a></a>, in which case it now returns a warning. One bug has been removed...
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    What exactly are you trying to accomplish? Maybe...

    What exactly are you trying to accomplish? Maybe there is a different way to get the desired effect.
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    I see so what you're saying is that whether...

    I see so what you're saying is that whether document.getElementById('list').selectedIndex or list.selectedIndex works is dependent of which doctype you're using. I used the HTML 4 strict doctype,...
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    Strange... The code seems to work just fine, but...

    Strange... The code seems to work just fine, but indeed using document.getElementById('list').selectedIndex instead of list.selectedIndex makes more sense. Yet if I change it, the code doesn't work...
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    Hello. I have changes your code a bit and have...

    Hello. I have changes your code a bit and have tested it in Firefox and IE. The page worked on both browsers.

    Insert into head


    <script type="text/javascript">
    <!--
    var item = 0;
    ...
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    Hello there. I don't know how far you came trying...

    Hello there. I don't know how far you came trying to figure out the way to get your code to work but I guess this is what you wanted to get:

    Insert this into the body


    <div>
    <textarea...
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    Indeed my errors originate from posting way to...

    Indeed my errors originate from posting way to quickly. As I am new to this forum, and to any forum for that matter, I am not accustomed to the way things work. I shall take your tips into...
  18. I'd use the $i variable to compare with...

    I'd use the $i variable to compare with $_GET["cat"].

    Put this code in your while loop so in staid of just parsing the list item it also checks whether it's the page you are on:


    if($i ==...
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    Maybe you could use a hidden div element. The...

    Maybe you could use a hidden div element. The approach would be:

    - parsing the value of the text box to the div using the innerHTML function.
    - get all the <a> elements from the div.
    - open all...
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    1) I didn't read the question that well and ended...

    1) I didn't read the question that well and ended up skipping the 'textbox' part. (my fault)
    2) I write the codes by heart and as such create (small) errors in my code. In this case I didn't add...
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    Oops. I was a bit of rushing there. normally I...

    Oops. I was a bit of rushing there. normally I would have done it the same way you showed. Thanks for the quick reaction though.
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    Indeed it should hav been the other way around....

    Indeed it should hav been the other way around. Take a look at http://webdesign.about.com/od/cssglossary/g/bldefnormalflow.htm and http://www.htmldog.com/guides/cssadvanced/layout/ I learned about...
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    maybe the problem is that you are trying to use...

    maybe the problem is that you are trying to use PHP within Javascript wich results in some kind of collision between the both. What I have experienced using Javascript and PHP is that you should...
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    Nice bit of code there Tirna, but I would have...

    Nice bit of code there Tirna, but I would have done it a little bit different (not necessarily better though).



    <script type="text/javascript">
    <!--
    function resize(id, maxWidth, maxHeight)...
  25. Hi there. I have been making a website for an art...

    Hi there. I have been making a website for an art gallerie, and guess what... I used Javascript.

    Here is what you should put into the head:



    <script type="text/javascript">
    <!--...
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