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Any ideas? If (say) one of many Wordpress audio players is used they detect Flash, but if it is not activated it can not be used. Silence.
Not seen anything elsewhere but:
Any ideas on testing...
Flash is useful, but the whole website - never.
& if you are like me and other net savvy individuals we have Firefox without Flash as our main browser. Or worse we haven't even disabled it (not...
If you don't want to include a hit counter from the many free sources I suspect this going to be a tough task. with all the different browsers and versions it is better to tap into someone-else's...
I just looked at FireBug on FireFox Portable (3.6.13) and can't find anything that looks promising.
Just a thought but when you open a new instance of a browser there are a lot of parameters you...
I am looking at FireBug on FireFox Portable (3.6.13) and...
Where is the target page from?
If it is from another domain, then they are controlling it surely?
Maybe someone cleverer can tell you how to get rid of it, but my experience with cross-domain...
Well - whenever I see the word "NO!" I reach for my Firebug.
There are more ways of skinning a cat, than choking it with cream and butter.
See how FF & IE react to dodgy HTML and go from there....
says something about "page not found" "not loaded" type errors.
You can set-up your own error page (don't know how just yet) on your own domain. ...
Hmm let me see
onLoad - now wouldn't that report a success in loading any page? Though curiously it does not wait for rendering to finish (in my not so humble experience).
If you want to look at...
if you open an HTML file with a .htm extension in Word. it will open. Simples.
then SaveAs .doc
I always tell people who are totally ignorant of web pages they can make a web page just...
If the HTML code appears as you say then you can access it as part of the body somewhat like (check case sensitives)
var fred = self.body.innerHTML;
var fredonclick = fred.search(/onclick/);
OK this is a concept at the moment.
the thinking goes like this:
1) read the page for last date (somewhere on the page) that the page was generated.
2) compare with current date
3) if it looks...
Yea it does in 3.3.12
I could never get it to work in 3.6.8
Now any ideas on Win shortcuts?
Not really an HTML question (apologies) but I run portable FF 3.6.12 from a memory stick because I flit from public system to public system (Libraries and Community Radio Station)
I haven't fount...
there are various ways to re-direct/reload but the one above has worked for me many times.
one time per visitor?
cookies might do it. But not all systems allow cookies.
Serverside scripts may be possible but I am strictly client-side.
my solution to a single visit is for...
If the other server is effectively the same domain it should be possible. If not, not.
On my geographical filter page I load an IFRAME 4 times and inspect for a given parameter, extract the whole of...
I am sure I have done it (thanks to Dreamweaver functions) without converting to boolean per se.
see various pages on http://cresby.com for examples. the function that uses it is...
If the displaying thereof is the problem you could load them into a hidden layer or IFRAME. If load time is the problem - surely they have to be rendered, which is a job for the browser.
Not gone down this route but sounds like a job for event capture. Best of luck.
I needed to know when the scrollbars were in or out.
These threads discuss how I went about it.
FWIW IE and FF differ in their reportage of frame width (visa vis scrollbars). I am sure frame...
wouldn't you normally put the OnLoad in the Body TAG?
OnLoad fires after loading is complete but not necesarilly after all rendering has taken place.
Once loaded you have the option to ReLoad...
Declan - I have asked this question and seen similar posts and they all said it was impossible on client-side. Is the hidden IFRAME wheeze an exception to received wisdom?
I will try it soon...
// these are set elsewhere to inhibit the test routine while other processes are in progress
var pagedone = true;
// bw.ie = "browser window is IE". not true if Mozilla...