Type: Posts; User: gabriele
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If you are selecting elements with getElementById then you will need to use the id attribute on your elements.
add id="run.outputFormat" to your hidden input element.
the defer attribute on IE has the same effect as the DOMContentLoaded has on firefox ?
i mean it executes before the image loading ?
there is the issue that the span we use might not have loaded when the code starts running..
so you better do it like this
I believe in your original css if you add the line
it would solve your issues ..
if you could provide some code of your menu (in which you want to highlight items) we might be able to assist ...
i wouldn't know where to begin ..
so you need a counter to run up to a specific value and stop..
Who and how is this number updated/altered ?
what do you try to accomplish ..
You are doing almost correct :p
you hideAll function is fine.
This changes the scope of the executed...
this might be attributed to a couple of things..
first, by reading the documentation of the scroller you use, they say the following (...
unfortunately there is no way to do this with valid html 3.2 and no css
bgcolor is reserved for the body tag officially..
but all browsers support it for td elements
You are correct, and i apologize if i sounded arrogant...
old habit i guess...
weird how i never noticed this ...
thanks for the heads up :)
of course you can combine them ...
it is just a hassle to add all parameters whenever you want to call it ...
keep in mind though, that since your parameters are fixed..
i mean parameter...
there you go
in red are the additions
your code after revision is
it should be
on your second question..
yep that is the reason, but nope that will not work because they are drop down boxes :) ..
chinedu85, you did not change your function a1 as suggested in my first post
(you do not use the new...
That is because your first selection in each box is a text without a value ..
I am talking about the options
You should set their value to 0 so that the calculations...
the problem lies in the way you try to get the value from the dropdown lists...
you cannot ask their value directly..
you need to find the select option and then read its value..
You have a problem in your css...
you need to put the # before the scrollingContainer
so in your css the rule should be #scrollingContainer because it refers to an id.
secondly, you can...
Your code is a mess ..
you open form elements and close divs..
you do not include the scripts..
please provide the full page code.. otherwise it is impossible to offer any help..
I believe adding this code in you page would do the trick..
script = document.createElement('script');
In you code above,
you have two errors..
first you do not end the function Disab(val)
so you need to add a } at the end of it ..
second, you code will not run on FF becuase you cannot...
first of all this should be post in SQL subforum and not ASP..