Type: Posts; User: Vassil Catsarov
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Yes, I was going to inspect the css because your example was doing the job while mine actual project was expanding the empty <li> tags containing the nested <ul>'s.
I have never heard of the zoom...
Thank you for pointing out the need for the <li> wrappers around my nested ul's. In your example the lower border of the newly added <li> tags sums up and becomes unequally thick - can be...
I am trying to style some nested unordered lists with CSS. When I use the IE7 standards or Quirks mode, the nested <li> elements get the background properties of their parents, the borders also don't...
Some clues, please, anybody?
Yes, NogDog, at least according to this set of instructions:
Run these commands, one by one:
C:\firebird\bin\instsvc i -s -a
I am using a WampServer on a Windows7 64 bit OS and I cannot configure it to support Interbase. I tried the PDO but it's not clear to me which configuration files have to be changed according to the...
I have some nested divs and I want to apply a transition filter to "articleholder".
<div id="days" class="glow"></div>
Thank you one more time, Kor!
With your help I not only solved my problem but learned so many new things in the meantime. I really appreciate it!
Thank you once again Kor for your attention and kindness to explain everything in such a detail!
Until now I thought that document.getElementsByTagName returns an array instead of just a list of...
Thank you very much Kor, for taking your time to explain the DOM basics to me! It was really helpful.
I was aware of createElement() and appendChild() methods. What I don't know is how to handle...
Thank you, Kor for your remarks! I find DOM terminology and methods confusing... What's the difference between an element and a node for example... And I'm not familiar with all the methods and...
Is there a way to determine the position of a particular child node, or in my case, whether it is the last sibling in order to avoid the error I get in case there are no more siblings?
Thank you Vic and tirna for your promt answers!
So the style properties are acessed via the
Tirna, from what I have referenced, it said:
var testboxWidth =...
Kor, thank you for you suggestion! I remember I used an anonymous function with setTimeout that contained functions with string parameters. So your method is perhaps similar, though I can't make it...
You are welcome! When you get the principle, everything else is up to your customization. If it interests you, you can read how to sort these 2-d arrays here:...
Well I guess you are right... Here is what I have tried to illustrate the idea:
myName = ["name1", "name2", "name3"];
myValue = [12,11,17];
myNameValue = new Array();;
Why not to try to combine both arrays into one "two dimensional" array and sort the latter according to your preferences?
Thank you for the suggestion, toicontien! I myself came empirically to this solution - encode the div reference in numbers and pass those numbers as psDiv parameter, ie:
psCreateCtrl(1, 5, 2);
I have a function that changes the innerHTML of a DIV element.
I want to pass to that function as a parameter a reference to the DIV to be changed.
In the example below it works the first time...
Shampie, the page was tried only locally, on my PC, IE7 (Firefox caused no problems). Can somebody else confirm my observation?
felgall, why then if I remove the comment it works properly? I myself...
BrainDonor and felgall, in that case it didn't matter how window.open was invoked...
I also tried the onclick event as BrainDonor suggests with and without return false, but the result was one and...
Can somebody please explain to me why the HTML comment, generated by IE when saving a page, interferes with the window.open method and the notorious "Access is denied" error is generated?
Well rnd me, this throws some light and I'm going to delete the useless (in this case) eval expression right away...