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Yes, that would work. But, the following achieves the same result:
Try this in a little test page on your desktop:
var curDate = new Date();
That can be done with server-side code -- for example, ASP, PHP, JSP, etc.
Ask about it on one of those forums.
The setDate() method does not take three arguments -- only one. It only sets the day of the month for the current date in the object supplied.
OK, perhaps the cr/lf is a problem. You can try it this way:
getDesc[i].onmouseover = new Function("document.getElementById('"+desc+"').style.display='block'; return true;");...
From an Internet page, you can't (because of security). From an intranet or local page, and using IE (or any browser with an ActiveX plugin), you can instantiate the FileSystemObject ActiveX control...
...nevermind... No fun trying to help anymore. Get Charles to solve your problem.
That is understandable -- since you're not aware of the four years of history behind the problem. However, rest assured I won't be responding on this thread about this topic anymore. I only did...
OK, what is an .odb document type?
OK, so the first page submits these values:
in a hidden form field to URL_Generator.odb and is that the name of the second page you mentioned?
This is a known problem where DHTML Dropdown Menus are involved and which varies from browser to browser and from a choice of the following elements: SELECT, IFRAME, and certain OBJECTs (like,...
Would I be correct to presume that $sel$ variable is in PHP?
onclick works in a hyperlink, too. ;)
window.close() will only work on a popup window -- and, even then, probably only if that popup was opened via window.open(). It will not work on a window which the user opened themselves.
The standard XMLHttpRequest object will not allow retrieval of cross-domain source either. You can change the security settings of your own browser (e.g., in Mozilla) to allow this, but this would...
I'm surprised it is not worse than that. I would expect this:
to become this:
The reason is that %54 is the...
Gilbert is correct. The only way for one HTML page to obtain the source of a foreign HTML page is via script. Therefore, since cross-domain scripting is prevented by security protocols, even just...
He, he, he... I'll join you in that. :D
<input type="submit" name="cmdCreate"...
That is just your opinion and it carries no weight when taking about what is W3C compliant.
What I posted is fully W3C compliant and should have never been denigrated in the first place.
It is still compliant. FONT was deprecated. Using DHTML to alter the STYLE object is not in that category.
You're just mincing words to cause an altercation (if not outright falsifying the facts)....
That should tell you something about what you're asking. ;)