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You are confusing the attributes "visibility" and "display". They are not actually related.
The "display" attribute is used to change the object's layout (none, block, inline) whereas the...
You are missing an opening <script> tag in the code you posted.
You need to use
window.open(url, target, features) and specify the name of the iframe as the target.
arr = str1.split('\/');
Usually those things use the "display" property. If it does, then try "inline" instead of "block". If you are using a DIV (causes a line break), switch to a SPAN instead.
var myWin = window.open(...);
I believe you really want to use "offsetLeft" not "style.left" to find out where the object is located, and that is already an integer.
It won't if you "return false" from the onclick.
You are confusing "visibility" with "display". The "visibility" property is either "visible" or "hidden". The "display" property can be "inline", "block" or "none".
Your fatal flaw at this point is that both DIVs have the same ID. An ID has to be unique.
The next problem you will trip on is that when you declare a style using CSS, a script might not see the...
I don't see where the vars "rows" and "cols" get initialized, so they are probably null.
This appears to be a typo. There should only be two "=", not three.
The fact that it is *in* the file applies the style to all <IMG> tags.
Did you find and read a tutorial?
Have you tried reading a free CSS tutorial?
border: 2px solid blue;
It would make a whole lot more sense for you to post your code and let someone here try to fix it. You have already apparently found code that someone "knew for sure actually does preload the image"...
However, you can call the onchange event after you change the value...
Put the event on the drop-down instead.
I don't see why it should work your way in any browser.
How would you want to use it?
BTW, using a reserved word as a variable name is courting trouble.
Ok, here goes!
<form name="f1" method="get" action="formtest1.htm">
<input name="t1" type="text">
<input type="submit" value="Submit">
Maybe it isn't the "0"th field that has the problem.
I don't see where you define "uploadbutton" in your code.
Ok, obviously I did not understand what you were trying to do.
I think I could do it with ASP, but maybe my explanation will help you translate it to PHP.
The first page with the form submits...
I think you are having trouble understanding/separating what goes on between server and client.
Don't specify a source in the IFRAME.
The IFRAME is still a window and has a name and can be targeted regardless of what file it is in. If it is open, then it will be targeted. If it is not open, a new window will be opened with that...