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This should give you the effect you want
position : relative;
width : 900px;
height : 302px;
The regex for ten digits in a row is:
I noticed it wasn’t displaying properly in firefox so had to tweak it a little, sorry about that I should have checked it before I posted the code, anyways here is a modified version...
Here is an example of the approach I mentioned
position : absolute;
top : 103px;
You could use an image map to get the desired effect you want but you would need to put the image in your page rather than setting it at the background of an element
With your current...
Hi rnd me,
As I mentioned before I will refrain from refuting your arguments, as I have neither the time, nor the desire to upset you.
Let us agree to disagree and leave it at that.
I see your point, but, lets say you append the querystring of some forum page with something like “&sh=464” to give you the value of the scroll height, if you want to retrieve that value client side...
I am terribly sorry that I have managed to offended you rnd me, that was not my intention, I just saw holes in your argument and thought that it was worth replying to them in a logical and systematic...
You might want to try a different approach
<!DOCTYPE html PUBLIC "-//W3C//DTD XHTML 1.0 Transitional//EN" "http://www.w3.org/TR/xhtml1/DTD/xhtml1-transitional.dtd">
Hi rnd me
Sorry bud, but I just donít buy it
That seems like a really bad idea, bundling scripts and letting them sort it out with the querystring, that sounds like a recipe for disaster to me,...
That is interesting Julien, I didn’t know that
One thing that confuses me with these kind of requests regarding getting the name value pairs out of a querystring client side, is that presumably...
This script will...
Wile boolean values like true and false don’t need to be wrapped in quotes string values like “normal” and “#ffffff” do, one thing to note here is that the hex value for black is “#000000”...
You had three errors in your code you had missed the closing parentheses on your function hasReadTerms, but I am guessing that that was just a copying error when you were copying the...
If your browser window is zoomed in then it will give you a different screen size, my guess is that you have your browser zoom set at 150%
Here is a little example of how to use an elements innerHTML attribute to send data to the screen
You have two errors in your bit of code, you have missed out the brackets when you declared your function music.
Your script is working fine, just because you can’t see it doesn’t mean that it isn’t there.
var head = document.getElementsByTagName('head'); ...
There is a problem with your if else statement, primarily you can have only one “else” and has no conditional statement, that said you can use an “else if” which will take a conditional...
Here is one possible solution to your problem, what I have done is grabbed the table and made an array of the table rows then looped through the rows and looped through the cells.
elementID.style.transform = "skew(50deg)";
You had a colon in your onblur rather than a semicolon
And if it is just one line or one function call you don’t need semicolons to delineate the lines
When you pasted your code into your live page you neglected to add the name of the form
In your live page the line
You are comparing your email value to a space, if you remove the space your code should work
if (document.forms.myEmail.value = = "" )
As you have noticed that isn’t random in fact you will only ever get the first image, or maybe the second image due to where you increment your variable “index”
To display a random...