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    @Kor and others from the "Far East"

    Hi!

    Welcome to the EU, Kor! For myself it will take some 18 more minutes to digest it but you are already there! :)

    I'll try to contact you privately these days. Thanks for "keeping in touch". ...
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    Hi!

    Hi!
    <!DOCTYPE HTML PUBLIC "-//W3C//DTD HTML 4.01 Transitional//EN">
    <html>
    <head>
    <meta http-equiv="Content-Type" content="text/html; charset=ISO-8859-1">
    <title>Example</title>
    <script...
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    Hi! Instead of:

    Hi!

    Instead of:

    <script type="text/javascript">
    <!--
    document.getElementById('preView1').src="PC_country.jpg";
    // -->
    </script>
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    Hi! You're welcome. :) Cheers - Pit

    Hi!

    You're welcome. :)

    Cheers - Pit
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    Hi! All your image tags carry the same name: ...

    Hi!

    All your image tags carry the same name:

    <img name="a" ...>

    Cheers - Pit
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    Hi! You're welcome. Happy to help. :D ...

    Hi!

    You're welcome. Happy to help. :D

    Cheers - Pit
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    Hi! You could use...

    Hi!

    You could use document.formname[n].value=pp

    Cheers - Pit
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    Hi! Would you mind posting your code? How can...

    Hi!

    Would you mind posting your code? How can we know, how your scroller functions? There are millions of them out there.

    Cheers - Pit
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    Hi! I wasn't sure if that is exactly what you...

    Hi!

    I wasn't sure if that is exactly what you wanted, but I'm glad if it helped. You're welcome.

    Cheers - Pit
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    Hi! That highly depends on what is scrolling...

    Hi!

    That highly depends on what is scrolling and why. What do you want to stop moving??

    Cheers - Pit
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    Hi! Example: ...

    Hi!

    Example:
    <form name="myform" action="#">
    <input name="text1" value="blah">
    <input type="checkbox" name="chk" onclick="this.form.text1.disabled=this.checked">
    </form>

    Cheers - Pit
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    Hi! Are you sure you are having a question...

    Hi!

    Are you sure you are having a question about JavaScript?

    Cheers - Pit
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    Hi Max! Keine Ursache. :) Regards - Pit

    Hi Max!

    Keine Ursache. :)

    Regards - Pit
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    Hi! onchange="function1();function2();" ...

    Hi!

    onchange="function1();function2();"

    Cheers - Pit
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    Hi! The easiest and also javascript...

    Hi!

    The easiest and also javascript independant way would be to wrap an anchor tag around your 'main', in which you can use ' target="someFrameName"', and take out the onclick stuff from your td....
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    Hi! You're welcome. :) Regards - Pit

    Hi!

    You're welcome. :)

    Regards - Pit
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    Hi! If you want, look here...

    Hi!

    If you want, look here.

    Cheers - Pit
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    You're welcome!

    You're welcome!
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    Hi!

    Hi!
    <!DOCTYPE HTML PUBLIC "-//W3C//DTD HTML 4.01 Transitional//EN">
    <html>
    <head>
    <meta http-equiv="Content-Type" content="text/html; charset=ISO-8859-1">
    <title>Example</title>
    <style...
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    Hi!Please be a gentle ruler. :D Cheers - Pit

    Hi!Please be a gentle ruler. :D

    Cheers - Pit
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    Hi! Prompts return strings. string+string...

    Hi!

    Prompts return strings. string+string means concatenation. One way to make them numbers and correctly added is:

    var c=Number(a)+Number(b)

    Cheers - Pit
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    Hi Willy!Sorry! I didn't even read your post...

    Hi Willy!Sorry! I didn't even read your post thoroughly enough to realize that. The better for faceofdeceit to have a solution.

    Like you, I am not bothering about myself if such 'attacks' happen....
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    Hi! Happy to help. :) Cheers - Pit

    Hi!

    Happy to help. :)

    Cheers - Pit
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    Hi! Sorry, I didn't count the entries of the...

    Hi!

    Sorry, I didn't count the entries of the array. One is missing:

    Menu4_1=new Array("Listing...
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    Re: not working for me

    Hi!has to be:

    Menu4_1=new Array("Listing 1","java&#115;cript:NewWin=window.open('http://mfr.mlxchange.com/EmailView.asp?r=1181520854&s=MFR&t=MFR','NWin');window['NewWin'].focus()",0,20,140);

    Cheers...
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