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isXP=(navigator.userAgent.indexOf('Windows NT 5.1') !=-1)
is2K=(navigator.userAgent.indexOf('Windows NT 5.0') !=-1)
The only browsers that support higher versions is FireFox(1.5) and Opera8(2.0)
You have spaces around your childselectors:
... ul.menu li:hover > ul ...
try removing them so it is:
... ul.menu li:hover>ul ...
PHP (and maybe others) have this equivalent to document.write
don't use a form in this case. try this:
if the random number is exactly 0 (Though it's very rare),
then Math.ceil(Math.random() * 10) will also be 0 and this turnout is "stolen" from "10"
You need only 1 function:
change the calls from divswap1() to divswap(0) etc.
the have this script:
Texts="text for 1st image";
Texts="text for 2nd image";...
you can use whatever name you want; except for the names of the images(button1,button2,button3), and you do not have to change the script if it is the same images that you use for all the links
some says Html is outdated, while other recommend that you build up your document in Html, and then include the other languages where it's capabilities isn't enough.
I guess the problem is that you havent closed the opening tag for your iframe:
<iframe name="myFrame" width="550px" height="400px" src="ghi.html"></iframe>
but have in mind that you can only change scrollbar-colors in IE
there is no idea in preloading images after the page has loaded.
move it inside the script in your <script>
secondly you have to use some css
give the image you want to fade in an ...
what i ment posting the page code.
some script may use id's e.g. <img id="FadePic">
others others use class etc. , and some scripts require a special structure of the page in order to work eg....
There are probably many script "out there" but since we dont know anything about the site that you want to implement it on, its nearly impossible to say which.
If you provide us the coding of the...
yes the should give the same result, except that the first isn't including the space.
you can include it by inserting it right before the script tag:
i have tested it in IE6 and recieved no warnings, even when i tested it with max security settings.
I can,t say why you got the message 'cause i cant seem to find anything in script that can...
try moving the call to a script inside the body;
that way the function is executed while the page is loading and not after
use quotes around the value(s) of your property(ies)
You cannot call an external .js, and have an on-page script within the same tag.
your tag(s) must be like this
you cannot run an onload-function that contains a document.write
a document.write after the body has loaded will clear that page so that it only displays what is "document.written" by that...
with this example, each gallery requires only a single page:
change the name's to id's for your input's. eg.:
<input type="text" size="20" id="Total" value="0" width="16">
and use this function like this to calculate:
it is a security matter;
even if they could, it will "destroy" the page, meaning that you will also prevent other script on the...