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I'm writing a "wiki-like" system, and I want it to have a revision history system.
Basically I want to take two strings, one would be the current page, and one would be a historical version of the...
Okay... I'm not exactly sure if what I'm trying to do is possible...
Lets say I have a website at:
Then I also have a sub directory at:
What I want...
This doesnt work for me... As I said before, timezones are stored as "-5" or "+2". Each user on my website has a different timezone setting.
Well every user on my site can select different timezones, and then this will be run on multiple servers, each with different default timezones... so math really isn't feasible.
Okay... lets say I have the date in unix time:
And then I have a timezone offset saved as:
Using the following code:
Let me expand on my problem... using a different example...
This is where parseScript is run:
var embed = ajax.responseXML.getElementsByTagName('embed').firstChild.nodeValue;...
I am having trouble with this script...
I added the following to my AJAX:
var source = _source;
var scripts = new Array();
// Strip out tags